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Oman Air offers a complimentary coach service for its customers in Al Ain

Posted 24 August 2016 · Add Comment

Oman Air has launched a new free bus service between Al Ain and airports in Abu Dhabi and Dubai.

The service will enable customers to access the airline’s international network by simply selecting Al Ain as their origin or destination whilst booking their tickets. Tickets can be purchased online at www.omanair.com, or through the nearest Oman Air office.

The new bus service has been introduced to offer enhanced convenience for passengers from Al Ain, and to ensure that they start and end their journeys in style and comfort. Oman Air’s buses seat 33 passengers and are equipped with climate-control systems and reclining seats. Externally, their unique Oman Air liveries will make a distinctive impression on the busy roads of the UAE, as they make their non-stop journeys between Al Ain and the two airports.

The services will run double-daily between Al Ain and Dubai, and between Al Ain and Abu Dhabi, with a single journey time of approximately two hours. This double daily bus service to each Abu Dhabi & Dubai has a seating capacity of 33 passengers.

Mahfood Ali Saleem Al Harthy, senior vice president - sales (GCC & MENA) said: “We are delighted to announce the launch from 16th August of a brand new bus service connecting Al Ain with airports at Abu Dhabi and Dubai. From there, customers can easily connect with flights to Muscat and onward destinations throughout Oman Air’s growing international network. The estimated travel time to each airport is approximately two hours and, because each bus route is non-stop and direct. So our passengers can arrive relaxed for their flights. WY offers seamless connectivity to our discerning passengers originating from Al Ain and connecting to WY vast network across the globe.”

He added: “Oman Air has is proud to have a large number of customers travelling to and from Al Ain. This new service underlines our commitment to enabling passengers to reach their destination in the shortest possible time, in total comfort and with the high degree of reliability for which Oman Air is renowned. This value-added service is also a good illustration of how Oman Air continually strives to exceed its customers’ expectations.”

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