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SalamAir makes its Muscat debut for Oman's national day

Posted 19 November 2016 · Add Comment

SalamAir paid a memorable tribute to the Sultanate's 46th National Day when a fully branded aircraft featuring SalamAir's logo together with its unique shades of blue and green, which pay homage to the Sultanate's natural treasures of sea and land, made a special appearance at Muscat International Airport.

 “SalamAir has added another milestone to its growing list of accomplishments and we are proud to have achieved this one on the 46th National Day of the country,” said SalamAir’s Chairman, Khalid Al Yahmadi. “Safety and security is our number one priority and we are working tirelessly to complete all the necessary testing requirements so that we can commence our Muscat – Salalah flights as scheduled before the end of year.”
 

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