Oman Air, the national carrier of the sultanate, lent its help to the Oman Ministry of Tourism as it hosted a unique Omani themed workshop aimed at advertising the sultanate’s tourism stakeholders, to celebrate the upcoming Moscow service in October.
The occasion supplied a excellent chance to introduce Oman Air to the Russian industry as effectively as showcase the distinctive hospitality and culture of Oman. The occasion which was held in Moscow saw essential personnel from Oman in attendance. Over 200 extremely regarded tour operators attended the occasion, with delegates from Oman Air. In addition to Oman Air, Oman Ministry of Tourism was joined by important hotel partners such as Anantara, Kempinski, Shangri-La and Crowne Plaza Muscat.
This evening follows the invaluable trade occasion which took location with important stake holders previously. This occasion was a excellent good results for Oman Air, as it was the excellent chance for trade partners and sales agents to interact with the new Oman Air team in Moscow ahead of the direct route.
Both Moscow events showcase Oman Air’s massive commitment to supplying only the extremely very best solution and service to the Russian industry. With the launch of the new Moscow service, Oman Air is pleased that travellers from Russia will now be capable to take benefit of hassle-free and seamless international travel to destinations inside the in depth network.
The new every day service to Moscow Domodedovo Airport will be operated by a Boeing 737 MAX eight with an estimated flight time of five hours and 55 minutes, supplying 12 seats in Business Class and 150 in Economy. Flight WY181 will depart from Muscat every day at two.55pm, arriving at Moscow at 7.55pm nearby time. The return flight WY182 will depart from Moscow at 12.20am, arriving at Muscat International Airport at six.55am.
Information Source: Muscat Daily