Company Overview of Oman Air (S.O.A.C)
Oman Air (SAOC) operates as a commercial airline company in the Sultanate of Oman and internationally. The company operates a fleet of 3 Airbus 330-300, 4 Airbus 330-200, 13 Boeing 737-800, 2 Boeing 737-700, 3 Embraer E-175, and 2 ATR42-500 turbo propelled aircraft. Its Airline division provides passenger and cargo services on a scheduled and charter basis. The company’s Hotel & Catering division operates Golden Tulip Seeb Hotel; and provides in-flight and airport retail catering services. Its Ground & Cargo Handling division offers cargo handling and airline support services. The company was formerly known as Oman Aviation Services (SAOC) and changed its name to Oman Air (SAOC) in April 200...
Muscat International Airport
PO Box 58
Founded in 1981
Key Executives for Oman Air (S.O.A.C)
Chief Officer of Management Affairs
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2015.
Oman Air (S.O.A.C) Key Developments
Oman Air's New Boeing 787 Dreamliner to be Initially Operate on Salalah Route
Sep 10 15
Oman Air will operate its soon to arrive Boeing 787 Dreamliner on the Salalah route initially to give an opportunity for people in Oman to experience the wide-bodied aircraft. Oman Air confirmed that the first of the six Dreamliners will be arriving in Muscat in the coming weeks. The big aircraft will be mainly used for long-haul flights to Europe and Far Eastern countries. The company will operate the flight on the Salalah route initially. It will be a chance for people in Oman to experience the new aircraft. A total of 25 Boeing aircraft are expected to be added to Oman Air's fleet over the next few years. So far eight aircraft have been delivered to Oman Air and these include 737-800s and 737-900ERs.
Oman Air and Air Lease Corporation Announce New Lease Agreements
Sep 10 15
Oman Air and Air Lease Corporation announced long term lease agreements for 14 jet aircraft. The lease agreements cover three new Boeing 737-800s, seven new Boeing 737-8MAXs, and one new Boeing 787-9, all from ALCs order book with Boeing. This transaction also includes one used Boeing 737-700 (MSN 33103) and two used Boeing 737-800 aircraft (MSNs 33104 and 34242). The deliveries are scheduled to begin in 2015 and continue through to 2019. Oman Air's increased fleet size is enabling it to offer even more exciting destinations within its global network. Over recent months, new services have been launched to Manila, Jakarta, Goa and Singapore. Further new services will be announced closer to the time of their launch, and are expected to include, amongst others, destinations in Bangladesh and China. These aircraft will aid Oman Air with the renewal and growth of their fleet.
Oman Air Launches Multi-Segment Ticket Option
Sep 8 15
Oman Air has launched a brand-new multi-segment ticket option named Oman Air Rahal. The product offers up to 30% savings on multiple business class or economy class flights between Muscat and destinations across GCC as well as Tehran. Destinations covered by Oman Air Rahal include Abu Dhabi Bahrain Dammam Doha Dubai Kuwait Muscat Riyadh and Tehran. Oman Air Rahal is available now and allows customers to book four return flights to any one of the named destinations with only the first flight being confirmed at time of purchase. The timing of the remaining flights can then be decided at the customer's leisure but all flights must be taken within 12 months of purchase. The lowest-priced economy class Oman Air Rahal ticket costs just OMR 123 per person for 8 flight segments between Muscat and Dubai originating in Oman or AED 1,232 for flights originating in Dubai. Business class tickets cost OMR 496 for flights originating in Oman or AED 4,508 for flights originating in Dubai. Customers can therefore save as much as OMR 53 or AED 528 in economy class and OMR 212 or AED 1,932 in business class.
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