Oman Air is showcasing its products and services this week at International Tourism Bourse (ITB) Berlin.
"ITB Berlin is the largest and arguably the most important travel fair in the global calendar," Oman Air CEO Paul Gregorowitsch said. "Oman Air has attended for many years, and we have always found the event to be impressively organized and highly productive."
Oman Air has experienced great success over the past year. It has increased its fleet size to 40 aircraft with the addition of Boeing 737s and Boeing 787 Dreamliners. Furthermore, Oman Air received the first of six ordered Dreamliners in October. The airline expects to have a fleet of 70 aircraft by the year 2020.
Oman Air has also expanded its network to include 50 destinations and the frequency of flights to many of its already established destinations. In addition to launching a route to its 11th Indian destination, Goa, Oman Air now offers flights to Dhaka and Singapore.
Oman Air provides daily or double-day services to all its Indian destinations. It has increased its return flights to Paris to six per week; next month, it plans to increase its flights to London Heathrow to twice daily.