Oman Air’s CEO, Paul Gregorowitsch recently embarked on a series of high-profile visits to Delhi, Zurich and Kuala Lumpur.
Gregorowitsch regularly visits key locations to meet with stakeholders, trade, media and government partners, as well as Oman Air personnel, to highlight their importance to the airline, as well as their contribution to its growth.
During his most recent trip, the CEO met several journalists from the respective countries to discuss press inquiries and thank them for their ongoing support.
In an official statement, Gregorowitsch declared: “I have wholeheartedly enjoyed visiting Delhi, Zurich and Kuala Lumpur which comes as part of my annual routine. These routes are of special significance to Oman Air and continue to prove extremely popular with our guests both in Oman and further afield. In a bid to reiterate Oman Air’s commitment towards its guests, Oman Air has added more offerings to its range. Notable among those is the increase of flights to Kuala Lumpur and the increased frequencies to certain key Indian destinations.”
The airline services more than 10 destinations across India, with five of the routes now operated twice daily. Under the terms of an open sky air service agreement, Oman Air has increased its frequencies on a number of flights to India, with 21 weekly flights to Delhi, Calicut and Hyderabad, and 14 weekly flights to Lucknow.
Similarly, the airline has enhanced its services to Kuala Lumpur to 14 weekly flights, in an effort to meet increased demand to the destination.
Lastly, Oman Air’s daily service to the Swiss capital of Zurich has also seen an increase in flight frequency due to rising demand, namely from business class passengers.
Gregorowitsch concluded: “I would like to thank our trade partners, travel agencies and sales agents who have all been incredibly supportive and contributed to the growing demand on these routes. We look forward to building on our strong relationship with these nations for many more years to come and to boosting the economic and tourism prospects between our countries.”