Oman Air marks new Dammam route
Muscat, September 8, 2010
Oman Air, the national carrier of Oman, recently held a cake-cutting ceremony at Dammam’s Kind Fahd Airport to mark the launch of its daily flights to the city from September 1.
The airline will deploy a two-class Boeing 737-800 aircraft on the Muscat-Dammam route.
From its primary hub in Muscat, Oman Air’s passengers may connect on to the airline’s daily services to several of its other overseas international destinations and vice-versa.
“Oman Air has already established itself as a prestigious brand in this intensely regional competitive sector in a relatively short period of time, on accord of its service and quality of its in-flight product,” said Abdulaziz bin Saud Alraisi, chief officer management affairs, Oman Air.
“Dammam is Oman Air’s 39th international destination and the third in Saudi Arabia after Jeddah and Riyadh,” he added. – TradeArabia News Service
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