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 Starts Construction of Oman Air Flight Training Centre At Its Headquarters in Muscat
Nov 11 15
Oman Air will embark on a new phase in its expansion programme on November 18, 2015 when it starts construction of a Oman Air Flight Training Centre (OAFTC) at its headquarters in Muscat. Oman Air’s investment in this training facility will add an important milestone in the airline’s contribution towards the development of the sultanate. Oman Air will invest OMR 3 million in constructing and developing the OAFTC. The completion of the facility is planned to take less than 12 months.
Oman Air Plans to Open its First Route to China and Add More European Flights Next Year 2015 in Effort to Increase Tourist Traffic
Nov 9 15
Oman Air plans to open its first route to China and add more European flights next year 2016 in an effort to increase tourist traffic. Flights from Muscat to Shanghai would be the preferred option though the carrier is also considering Beijing and Guangzhou with the south-Chinese city having strong trade links with the Middle East. The company also plans to offer daily flights to Paris up from five a week starting next summer and a double-daily service to London versus daily now. Bookings related to government business have fallen 25% as the lower price of crude hurts demand for travel by officials from the biggest Middle Eastern oil producer that's not an member of OPEC.
Oman Air Launches New Service to the Bangladeshi Capital of Dhaka
Oct 26 15
Oman Air, has launched a new service to the Bangladeshi capital of Dhaka. The service will initially offer four flights per week and will gradually increase to six flights a week from December 1. Oman Air will serve customers on the new route using Airbus 330-300s, configured with 204 Economy Class seats and 26 Business Class seats. The company also operates seven flights a week between Chittagong and Muscat, Oman’s capital city.
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