As per a statement, in discussing the improvement with airline workers final week, Oman Air CEO Abdulaziz al Raisi stated the plans, established more than numerous months with business-wide input, are thoughtful and sensible, and that Oman Air’s workers should meet these challenges.
“A transformation programme is not an easy task,” he stated at the meeting with hundreds of Oman Air workers, and stressed on the vital part of each and every person in the programme’s achievement. “All of us, we need to drive this programme.”
Raisi and other business leaders recognised Oman Air’s enhanced overall performance in
2019, which has the national carrier ahead of its schedule for improvements in efficiency as it competes in an intensely competitive business.
To continue and boost these robust measures, the Transformation Plan consists of certain matters such as fleet harmonisation, organisational restructuring and elevated digital transformation, and calls on workers to feel about what can be enhanced and come forward with their ideas.
The Transformation Plan also extends to Oman Air’s leaders who are committed to steer the airline to attain the planned targets by 2023, stated Raisi, who joined the business 35 years ago as a trainee in the Engineering Division.
Raisi emphasised that his vast encounter inside the airline leaves him confident that all his colleagues will continue to construct and sustain the ongoing momentum. “Our Transformation Plan requires major changes, which can be disruptive, but we work in an industry of constant disruption and we must be proactive,” he stated.
Information Source: Muscat Daily