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Oman Air and EgyptAir sign codeshare agreement

Posted 28 April 2021 · Add Comment

Oman Air has signed a codeshare agreement with EgyptAir. The codeshare agreement on flights between Muscat and Cairo was signed as part of both airlines’ commitment to work toward a strong restart for air travel to overcome the effects of the spread of Covid-19.

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Abdulaziz Al Raisi, chief executive officer Oman Air said: “Egypt has a remarkable, long-standing history in the MENA region and enjoys a strong international presence as a Star Alliance member. The codeshare agreement with Oman Air offers guests from Muscat more options for discovering Egypt, whether for business or leisure, and plays a vital role in the travel restart endeavours of both airlines.”

 

Amr Abu El-Enein, EgyptAir Holding chairman & CEO, said: “Signing this agreement between two partners with special attributes like EgyptAir and Oman Air will further add more benefits for both airlines’ customers. EgyptAir was the first airline in MENA to join IATA and our deep industry expertise has allowed us to successfully overcome many obstacles throughout our history.”

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