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Oman Air wins at World Travel Awards

Posted 14 December 2016 · Add Comment

Oman Air has been awarded “World's Leading Airline – Economy Class” at the World Travel Awards.

Oman Air beat competition from 17 other carriers including some of the best-known names in aviation field.

This is the latest in a long line of awards won by Oman Air and the carrier has now won three World Travel Awards in 2016 alone, with the “‘Middle East’s Leading Airline, Business Class’ and ‘Middle East’s Leading Airline, Economy Class’ already being awarded in October at the World Travel Awards Middle East 2016.

CEO of Oman Air Paul Gregorowitsch said: “This is an incredible result for Oman Air to finish 2016 with three World Travel Awards. These awards set the standards for the travel industry and we have consistently been voted the best. Oman Air is a successful, sustainable company of the highest quality and it is immensely gratifying to be rewarded for our unique product and on board experience, in all classes.”

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