Oman Air الطيران العماني Current Aircraft Fleet
Oman Air

 IATA Code: WY| ICAO code: OAS/OMA | Callsign OMAN AIR

Oman Air
P.O.Box 58 Postal Code 111 
Muscat International Airport
Muscat, Sultanate Of Oman
Tel +968-24-519416/ 24518222
Fax: +968-24-521323 / 521075

Ownership: Government of Oman (82.4%) private investors hold the remaining shares.

Oman Aviation Services was in incorporated as a (joint stock company, SAOG Société Anonyme Omanaise Générale),  subsequently in 1993 Oman Air was formed as the airline subsidiary of its parent company and commenced commercial scheduled flight operations. Oman Air is the national flag carrier of Oman. Based in Muscat, (Muscat International Airport) capital of Oman, it operates both domestic and international passenger services to 41 destinations, in addition to providing local air taxi and charter flights.

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Oman Air Joins CFM’s TRUEngine Program for its CFM56-7B Engine Fleet
Tuesday, July 10, 2012
Farnborough, England, Oman Air is the latest airline to become part of TRUEngine, qualifying all 33 CFM56-7B engines in its fleet for the program. Read More
Oman Air Release Traffic Figures for the 2012 Marking its Best Growth Performance
Monday, June 18, 2012
Oman Air has released it traffic figures for the five consecutive months starting 1st of January to end of May 2012, marking the highest growth since it commenced operations over two decades ago. Performance highlists are as follows: Read More
Air Arabia to Launch Direct Flight Service to Salalah, Oman
Tuesday, June 5, 2012
Sharjah, Air Arabia, announced the launch of a new flight service to Salalah, Oman starting June 28, 2012. The new route will mark airline’s second destination in the Sultanate of Oman and 75th. overall globally. Read More
Oman Air to Launch a New Daily Flight Service to Tehran, Iran Using an Embraer 175 Regional Jet
Sunday, June 3, 2012
Oman Air have announced it will launch starting 1st September 2012 a new daily service between Muscat and Tehran, the capital of Islamic Republic of Iran. Flights will depart Muscat for Tehran at 0200 (3 frequencies weekly) and 0930 (4 frequencies weekly) and return from Tehran at 0610 (3 frequencies weekly) and 1240 (4 frequencies weekly), offering onward connections with destinations within Oman Air’s network. Read More
Oman Air Announce another Senior Management Appointment, Part of their Omanisation Policy
Saturday, June 2, 2012
Oman Air, announced the appointment of Captain Manin bin Khalifa bin Said Al-Said to the new position of general manager, quality and safety. The role, which includes responsibility for emergency response planning, was previously covered by duties of Oman Air’s chief officer - flight operations. Read More
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