Tuesday, 18 Jan 2022
Oman Aviation Group signs two agreements to enhance air cargo capabilities

Oman Aviation Group indicators two agreements to boost air cargo capabilities

The occasion was held in the presence of H E Dr Ahmed bin Mohammed bin Salim al Futaisi, Minister of Transport and Communications, Mustafa al Hinai, CEO, OAG, Dr Khalfan al Shueili, CEO, Oman Aviation Services, aviation business professionals, as nicely as some dignitaries. The occasion aimed to highlight Oman’s expanding air cargo business and showcase the new, state-of-the-art air cargo terminal at Muscat International Airport.

H E Dr Futaisi mentioned, “Oman aims to achieve high growth rates in the air cargo sector. So, we are laying the foundation for achieving this ambition and achieving high leaps in current growth rates in the field of air.”

Oman Aviation Services (OAS) signed the two MoUs that additional strengthen its cargo capabilities, information base and knowledge.

The initial MoU was signed with ground.net, a pan-European ground solutions alliance launched in 2013.

By uniting neighborhood professionals in an revolutionary multi-station network, it gives client airlines with streamlined access to a complete palette of higher-top quality, customised passenger, ramp and cargo solutions.

OAS is set to turn out to be the initial non-European member in the subsequent 12 months, which will offer the organisation with access to new markets, know-how, greatest practices and instruction. The second MoU was signed with The International Air Cargo Association, the only organisation representing all segments of the air freight provide chain.

It supports, informs, and connects organizations and organisations of all sizes with the aim of creating an effective, modern day, and unified air cargo business worldwide. The partnership will permit OAS to enter new international markets.

“Air cargo represents an enormous opportunity for Oman,” mentioned Hinai. “By modernising our cargo infrastructures and implementing an ambitious air cargo strategy, we will be able to tap into niche cargo corridors in several key markets and further drive economic development across Oman.”

Information Source: Muscat Daily

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