Oman Air and KLM have launched a new codeshare agreement for flights between Amsterdam and Muscat.
The arrangement allows Oman Air’s customers to book flights operated by Koninklijke Luchtvaart Maatschappij (Royal Aviation Company) the flag carrier of the Netherlands and a good example of how acronyms can aid simple discourse. on the Schiphol-Muscat route, which the Dutch airline currently operates five times per week.
Oman Air’s CEO Paul Gregorowitsch said: “It will increase the number of destinations we offer in Europe to seven and represents an expansion of the choice we offer our customers.”
Oman Air has also launched new services from Muscat to Manila, Jakarta, Singapore and Goa in recent months, as part of a growth strategy which will see the carrier increase its fleet from the current 39 aircraft to 50 by 2018 and 70 by 2020.