Muscat: Oman Aviation Group – represented by its CEO Mustafa Al Hinai – has become an international member of the World Travel and Tourism Council (WTTC).
Through its membership in this council, Oman Aviation Group will be able to share knowledge, experiences and best practices on one of the largest economic sectors, with more than 200 international members who are pioneers and future makers in many industries from different countries of the world.
This membership will allow the Sultanate to contribute positively to the most prominent aviation issues, and to confirm the growing presence of the Sultanate in international forums. This membership comes at an appropriate time that coincides with the aspiration of the countries of the world to reopen their borders and economic activities. The coordination of efforts between airlines and tourism stakeholders is of great importance, especially in areas related to the safety of travel procedures in light of these exceptional circumstances.
The Oman Aviation Group was established in February 2018 to be a major catalyst for the national economy, and it was entrusted with the task of empowering the aviation sector in the Sultanate and promoting the tourism and logistics sectors. With the aim of promoting the national economy and promoting its growth process, the group dedicates its efforts through its subsidiaries.
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