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Qatar Airways and Oman Air expand network partnership

Oman Air passengers will now be able to book travel to more than 80 destinations with Qatar Airways, including new gateways such as Atlanta, Seattle and Johannesburg.

Oman Air passengers will now be able to book travel to more than 80 destinations with Qatar Airways, including new gateways such as Atlanta, Seattle and Johannesburg.

Qatar Airways and Oman Air say they have taken the next step in further strengthening strategic cooperation, expanding their codeshare partnership to cover more than 80 destinations on Qatar Airways’ network.

The expansion of the agreement is set to provide more convenient and seamless travel options for both airlines’ passengers.

This expansion follows shortly after the two airlines announced an agreement to significantly strengthen strategic cooperation between the two airlines in December 2020.

“Having first established commercial cooperation with Oman Air over 20 years ago, we look forward to continuing to build upon our strong and historic partnership and offering our customers in Oman and across the globe even more benefits,” said His Excellency Mr. Akbar Al Baker, Qatar Airways Group Chief Executive.

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This most recent expansion announcement will enable Oman Air passengers to enjoy “seamless connections” via the Best Airport in the Middle East to and from 16 new routes* – Adana, Ankara, Antalya, Bodrum, Istanbul Sabiha and Izmir in Turkey; Berlin and Munich, Germany; Mykonos, Greece; St. Petersburg, Russia; Zurich, Switzerland; Atlanta and Seattle in USA; Abuja, Nigeria; Johannesburg, South Africa; and Gassim, Saudi Arabia.

“Oman Air’s expanding partnership with Qatar Airways underscores the commitment of both airlines to provide their guests with more flights, more choice of destinations, and greater flexibility throughout their travels with us,” said Mr. Abdulaziz Al Raisi, Oman Air Chief Executive Officer.

“Our longstanding cooperation with Qatar Airways—an airline that shares our commitment to product and service excellence—reflects a highly valued relationship and we look forward to growing our networks together.”

The national carrier of the State of Qatar says it continues to rebuild its network, which currently stands at over 130 destinations with plans to increase to more than 1,200 weekly flights to over 140 destinations by end of July 2021.

*Subject to regulatory approval