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Following the launch of Oman Air’s Muscat – Nairobi service in March, the carrier has further strengthened the ties with the region with signing of a codeshare partnership with Kenya Airways.

Gulf Air has launched a new codeshare agreement with Oman Air that sees the carriers’ combined frequencies between Bahrain and Muscat increase to six daily flights.

In collaboration with Oman’s Scientific Research Council, Oman Air sponsored six talented Omani students to participate in London International Youth Science Forum.

In response to high demand for better connections between Muscat International Airport and Mumbai’s Chhatrapati Shivaji International Airport, Oman Air launched a third daily flight on the route on August 01.

Oman Air and Royal Jordanian Airlines have entered into codeshare partnership on flights between Muscat and Beirut with stopover in Amman, enhancing travel flexibility and convenience for passengers.

Oman Air and Malaysia Airlines have entered into an immediate codeshare partnership which will open more international destinations to passengers and enhance the cooperation between the airlines on numerous related initiatives.

With the Kareef season approaching, Oman Air is expanding both the frequency and capacity of its service between Muscat and Salalah in order to meet the high demand for better connections between the two Omani cities.

In the context of building a brighter future, Oman Air has launched its corporate social responsibility (CSR) strategy, focussed on supporting a range of sectors including small and medium-sized enterprises, environmental protection, tourism and education.

On May 01, Oman Air celebrated its inaugural flight from Muscat International Airport to Manchester Airport.

Based on its annual financial report, Oman Air demonstrated positive performance in 2016, with stable growth and continued expansion.