Oman Air marks 20 years of Kuwait service
Muscat, January 15, 2014
Oman Air, the national airline of the Sultanate, is celebrating the 20th anniversary of its service between Muscat International Airport and Kuwait International Airport.
The service, which links two key capital cities in the Gulf region, was launched on January 14, 1994 and has proved extremely popular with both business and leisure travellers.
Jaffar Juma Al Lawati, regional manager – Gulf, Middle East and Africa for Oman Air, said: “The service between Muscat and Kuwait was one of the first routes that Oman Air launched, following its launch in 1993 and its success illustrates the strong ties that exist between the two countries.
“As Oman Air has grown over the last two decades and developed into a world-class international airline, customers on this route have witnessed continual improvements and the standards of our onboard hospitality, comfort and punctuality have never been higher.
“I would like to take the opportunity of this 20th anniversary to thank all those involved in the long-term success of our Muscat/Kuwait service, especially our loyal customers and all those staff who have contributed over the years to ensuring that Oman Air delivers an outstanding passenger experience.
“We look forward to continuing to provide the very best in 21st Century air travel for the people of Oman and Kuwait not just for the next 20- years, but also for many years beyond.”
Oman Air operates fourteen flights per week between the two cities. Boeing B737s and Embraer E175s are utilised on the route. – TradeArabia News Service