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Oman Air wins 'Best Airline Staff Service in the Middle East' award

Posted 10 July 2017 · Add Comment

Oman Air has been named as the winner of the 'Best Airline Staff Service in the Middle East' award at the prestigious Skytrax World Airline Awards 2017 - voted for by air travellers based on their own experiences.

The award was presented at a ceremony held at the recent Paris Air Show. It recognises the commitment of Oman Air’s staff to providing their guests with quality, comfort and a seamless passenger experience.

Paul Gregorowitsch, chief executive officer, Oman Air, said: “We are delighted that Oman Air has been recognised by the World Airline Awards for our outstanding staff service. The awards are the most prestigious accolades available within the air travel industry and offer an unparalleled benchmark of quality for the services airlines offer. To have won this award four times is a testament to the extraordinarily high standards of hospitality that our colleagues provide to all our guests. That hospitality is an extension of Omani culture, so this award is recognition not only of Oman Air’s service, but also of the warm welcome offered to every visitor to Oman.”

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