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Oman Air announces special Ramadan promotions for African travellers

Posted 16 April 2019 · Add Comment

Oman Air is offering special Ramadan promotions.

With fares starting as low as OMR 83 and OMR 238 on Economy and Business class respectively, the offer provides guest with an opportunity to explore the airline award winning products during the month of Ramadhan. The special fare offer is valid on return tickets and will be open for booking from April 15th till 30th April with travel validity from 6th to 28th May.

The fare is available for guests travelling in economy as well as business class on selected African routes, namely Cairo, Casablanca, Zanzibar, Dar Es Salam, and Nairobi.

Jamal Al Azki, regional vice president - Oman, Oman Air, said: “Oman Air is very happy to announce the special Ramadan promotion for its valued guests as a gesture of goodwill for their loyalty and patronage extended to us. To avail the promotional fare, the journey will have to commence and terminate from either Muscat or Salalah. We are continuing with our trajectory of rapid growth and expansion plans that began in 2018, having already announced two new routes for 2019 – one being Alexandria.”

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