Oman Air to take part in ITB 2010
Muscat, March 7, 2010
Oman Air, the national carrier of sultanate of Oman, will be participating at the ITB Berlin 2010 Convention, which will take place from March 10 to 14.
Peter Hill, Oman Air’s chief executive officer, who will head the Company’s delegation to the event, said that ITB provided a unique opportunity to meet current and new business partners from every corner of the globe.
“The proactive measures initiated by the Ministry of Tourism in promoting Oman as a distinctive destination along with Oman Air’s convenient flights to the German cities of Munich and Frankfurt and superior services on board have ensured an increase in the number of tourists to Oman,” stated Peter Hill.
“This year, our focus at ITB will be on the new services and products that have been positively viewed and reviewed by everyone. We will also be announcing the new destinations we have planned for this year.”
“Steadily rising figures and an increasing load factor demonstrate the success of Oman Air in Frankfurt and Munich.”
Peter Hill will also participate in a panel discussion held during ITB Future Day at the ITB Convention, the world’s largest tourism convention known as the leading think tank in the industry. Hill will be talking on the topic 'Luxury Tourism: Does this market segment still work'.
Among the other services and products showcased would be Oman Air Stopovers, which are attractive short-stay hotel packages available from all over the Oman Air Network, irrespective of the class of travel.
Oman Air will also be promoting the Visit Oman Arabian Pass (VOAP) that offers the most convenient, flexible and cost-effective way to explore Oman and the other Arabian countries.-TradeArabia News Service
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