Tuesday, May 21, 2024
Oman Sail welcomes Oman Air as official and exclusive airline partner

Oman Sail welcomes Oman Air as official and exclusive airline partner

Oman Sail announced it has signed an agreement with Oman Air which will see the Sultanate of Oman’s national carrier become the Official and Exclusive Airline Partner for all Oman Sail events through until 2024. Oman Air will also become the Official Airline Sponsor of the Oman Olympic Team throughout qualification for the Paris 2024 Olympic Games.

“Oman Air’s support for our sailors during a very busy period which culminates in the Paris 2024 Olympic Games will be invaluable in ensuring the athletes and their equipment arrive safely and ready to compete. We are very happy to join with Oman’s national airline to represent the country as we make progress towards our ultimate ambition of winning an Olympic medal in sailing for Oman,” Dr Khamis Al Jabri, Oman Sail CEO, said.

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“Oman Air is proud to join hands once again with Oman Sail in support of the national sailing team and Olympic hopefuls throughout the qualification campaign. With this and many such initiatives, we continue to champion our talented sportspeople at home and abroad and put Oman on the map for major global sporting events. It’s an honour to be the chosen airline for our sailors and we look forward to celebrating their success,” Eng. Abdulaziz Al Raisi, Oman Air CEO, said.

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Oman Air supports a number of sporting and cultural events as part of its active social contributions programme. Meanwhile, it continues to promote Oman as a leading international sports tourism destination, as per Oman Vision 2040.

With a fleet comprising ultra-modern, fuel-efficient aircraft that feature luxuriously appointed interiors, the airline is renowned for its exceptional products and services, both in the air and on the ground, and for the signature Omani hospitality available to guests on every flight.

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