Oman Air honours delivery unit staff
Muscat, February 24, 2014
Oman Air, the national carrier honoured its staff in the 'Services Delivery Unit' for their contribution towards the airline’s success during 2013.
The Unit, which includes Airport Operations in both in Oman and overseas as well as Ground Operations, Catering, Work shop, Ramp services and Cargo, is responsible for much of the ‘behind the scenes’ work which ensures that flights depart on time and that passengers enjoy a seamless experience.
The award celebration took place at Oman Air’s headquarters in Muscat in the presence of chief executive officer, Wayne Pearce.
Commending the staff for their work, Pearce said: "Over the course of the year, Oman Air increased frequencies on many routes, carried more passengers to more destinations than ever before and recorded a superb industry high on-time performance of just under 90 per cent for 2013 with an exceptional May, when we achieved 100 per cent on-time performance throughout our network."
"None of this could have been achieved without the hard work and dedication of our Services Delivery Unit and it has been a pleasure to honour them at today’s event," he added.
Chief officer (Airport Operations) Andrew Walsh pointed out that the Unit members played a vital role in ensuring that the customers have a punctual and enjoyable flights, but much of their work was conducted out of the public eye.
"So today has been an important opportunity to shine a light on their contributions and to recognize the important role they play in safeguarding Oman Air’s ongoing success," he remarked.
Saleem Amanulla, the general manager (Airport Operations) said the Unit brings together a number of teams, all of whom are essential to making sure that Oman Air’s customers enjoys a comfortable, efficient and punctual journey every time they fly with us."
"I am extremely pleased that their contributions throughout 2013 have been recognized at today’s event and I look forward to working closely with them in 2014 to deliver even greater success," he added.-TradeArabia News Service