Oman Air signs codeshare agreement with Salam Air

Oman Thursday 01/October/2020 14:42 PM
By: Times News Service
Oman Air signs codeshare agreement with Salam Air

Muscat: Oman Air on Thursday announced that it is entering into a codeshare agreement with budget airline Salam Air which will extend connections between Oman and five international destinations, subject to the approvals.  

Under the agreement, Oman Air is putting its “WY” code on Salam Air flights between Muscat and Chittagong, Dhaka, Sialkot, Multan and Khartoum. “Tickets are now on sale at omanair.com or through any travel agency,” Oman Air said in a statement.

Oman Air CEO Abdulaziz Al Raisi said: “We are proud and delighted with our new partnership

with Salam Air. This codeshare agreement will make it so much easier for our guests to travel through our Muscat hub to cities in Bangladesh, Pakistan and Sudan. This opens up exciting new opportunities for our customers across the network to enjoy seamless travel to these destinations and enjoy a rich world of opportunities for vacations and business travel.

“We also look forward to welcoming guests from these nations and sharing our renowned Omani hospitality.”

Salam Air CEO, Captain Mohamed Ahmed said: “The commencement of our partnership with Oman Air offers a fantastic new opportunity for passengers of both airlines. We are delighted to be welcoming Oman Air’s passengers on board our Salam Air international services from Muscat to Chittagong, Dhaka, Sialkot, Multan and Khartoum, , offering them access to best destinations and a flavor of our wonderful Omani hospitality even before they reach their final destination.

“We are extremely proud of this new codeshare, which yet again proves testament to our commitment to our passengers in offering an ever-expanding network as well as great connectivity. I am also sure that this phase of the partnership with Oman Air is only the first step and we will continue to look to implement more travel opportunities for the customers of both airlines when the opportunities arise,” he added.