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Oman Air appoints new GSA in South Africa

Posted 29 January 2018 · Add Comment

Oman Air has announced the appointment of Holiday Aviation as General Sales Agent (GSA) for South Africa.

The appointment of Holiday Aviation will ensure easy access for African customers to Oman Air’s award winning products and services as well as the airline’s highly competitive fares. The appointment signals Oman Air’s commitment to expanding its presence in South Africa and the African continent and positioning South Africa as an important point of sale for the airline’s international network.

Holiday Aviation is a specialist airline General Sales Agency (GSA) and aviation logistics division of Holiday Holdings International and provides an outsourcing solution to many major international airlines. Holiday Holdings was established in 1976 and over the past 40 years has evolved to become the largest, most successful and multi-award winning travel services group in Southern Africa, responsible for the management of gross consolidated air ticket, hotel, tour and travel sales amounting to more than a billion Rand per annum.

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