In keeping with the growth of Oman as the most favored tourist destination in the region Oman Air has been rising to the occasion with more flights, bigger aircrafts and better connections. The spanking new airport in Muscat aims to double the number of passengers from 18 million to 40 million by 2030.
As a recognition of its service standards Oman Air has won a number of awards and received countless commendations from various independent sources. Oman Air’s commitment to maintaining quality and after sales service has also attracted commendable response from the industry. But Oman Air is not just about awards, the inflight service has a personal touch that goes beyond just comfort and entertainment. The service levels have been maintained to the highest standards ensuring both safety and comfort.
Due to the increasing demand from passengers three daily flights from Kuwait to Muscat have been upgraded to four daily flights that allows passengers to connect to over 50 destinations including codeshare to flights in Canada, Australia and the Far East, this has given Oman Air the leverage of being a truly international airline.
Mustapha El Hamoui, the country manager of Oman Air in Kuwait, has viewed Kuwait as a very important market since taking over two years ago. Not only has he raised service levels but El Hamoui has been quick to adapt to market requirements and become a trend setter in the industry for his quick response. Hence it is no surprise that Kuwait office of Oman Air has seen a significant growth in passenger numbers. With Oman increasingly becoming a destination of choice among travelers in Kuwait, Oman Air has been able to rise to the challenge and provide the best services and connections between Kuwait City and Muscat and beyond.