Oman Air, the nationwide airline of the Sultanate of Oman, is at the World Travel Market (WTM), the main worldwide journey occasion, from 7 to 9 November 2022 at ExCel London. Joining Oman’s Ministry of Heritage and Tourism, the airline shall be showcasing its services to main world gamers within the journey and tourism trade, the spotlight of which shall be its award-winning First-Class seat.
Oman Air’s chief govt officer Abdulaziz Al Raisi and chief industrial officer, Aboudy Nasser, shall be attending the occasion, alongside its UK Sales group and different members of senior administration. “2022 has been a momentous year for Oman Air as the airline adapts to the pick-up of travel post-pandemic, while continuing to evolve to meet the demands of a rapidly shifting market. As the first in-person WTM since 2019, it is an important event for us, providing us with a unique platform to demonstrate our market- leading offerings, with access to key trade partners from all over the world,” Al Raisi commented. “We are proud to be standing side-by-side with the Ministry of Heritage and Tourism to support Oman’s 2040 Vision and the National Tourism Strategy and promote the country’s enormous potential as a preferred year-round travel destination, whether for leisure, sports or business events.”
With a younger, cutting-edge fleet together with a number of the quietest and most fuel-efficient plane on this planet, Oman Air is setting benchmarks for sustainability, whereas offering a calmer, quieter and extra conscious journey expertise. Recently awarded the 2023 Five-Star Major Airline ranking by the Airline Passenger Experience Association (APEX), it continues to spend money on its services, providing company modern cabin design, distinctive hospitality, and a rising vary of locations from its hub in Muscat.
Established in 1980, WTM has lengthy been generally known as a gathering place for the worldwide journey commerce – chargeable for reconnecting, rebuilding and innovating the trade. Now in its forty third yr, it continues to ask tens of hundreds of senior trade professionals, authorities ministers and worldwide press to community and develop.