At the 2019 World Travel Awards Middle East ceremony held recently, Oman Air was named the “Middle East’s Leading Airline 2019: Business Class” and the “Middle East’s Leading Airline 2019: Economy Class”. The Airline’s in-flight magazine, ‘Wings of Oman' was also handed the title, “Middle East’s Leading Inflight Magazine”.
Oman Air said it was delighted to once again be voted for the awards. This means that the airline has now been awarded the “Middle East’s Leading Airline: Business Class” title every year since 2016 (as well as in 2014); and the “Middle East’s Leading Airline: Economy Class” title for six years running – from 2014 through to 2019.
A win at the annual World Travel Awards is the “ultimate” travel and tourism industry accolade. Voted for by travel and tourism professionals and consumers worldwide, the honour recognises the commitment to excellence which each winner has demonstrated. On the World Travel Awards, Oman Air CEO Abdulaziz bin Saud al-Raisi said, “Winning three categories of the prestigious World Travel Awards is a remarkable achievement for Oman Air, especially when we were pitted against some of the world's largest airlines.
These wins are very important to Oman Air as they indicate that our staff are continually raising the bar in service excellence to provide a safe and wonderfully enjoyable flying experience for our guests."
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