Salalah Air plans to introduce charter services in Oman

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By TESTCustomwebLP TESTCustomwebLP July 19, 2016 14:05

Salalah Air plans to introduce charter services in Oman

CEO of Salalah Air, Sam Owen, has introduced the concept of Oman’s first flying club and adventure sports centre that forms part of Salalah Air’s development strategy. The flying club and adventure sports centre will be headquartered in Salalah and have an operational base located at Sharbitat, which will provide opportunities for aerial sports such as para-motoring and parachuting, together with opportunities for diving, deep sea fishing and sailing.
Speaking on the establishment of the first air charter services in the Sultanate, Sam Owen said, “Salalah Air is entirely Omani owned company chaired by Ali Masoud Al Khashoub, built on Omani cultural heritage and commitment; our vision is to become the number one charter air service provider in the Sultanate while remaining true to the traditions and culture of Oman and we intend to work closely with Oman Air and Salam Air to provide complimentary services that will be of benefit to the nation.”
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