SalamAir wins Asia’s Youngest Aircraft Fleet 2022

Asia’s Youngest Aircraft fleet 2022
Asia’s Youngest Aircraft fleet 2022

Muscat: SalamAir wins the award for the Asia’s Youngest Aircraft Fleet 2022 and the third most modern fleet in the world from “CH Aviation” magazine in Switzerland.

Capt. Mohamed Ahmed, CEO of SalamAir said: “This will be the second year that we have won this accolade by ch-aviation, it is definitely a proud moment for all of us at SalamAir in the eve of us celebrating our 5th year anniversary of providing our customers with the best value for money service, in the most state of the art aircraft the Airbus A320neo and A321neo. We are recognized among 4700 active airlines globally, it makes us very proud to have such a young fleet as it helps us in being efficient, reliable while offering our customers comfort when traveling. Our environment impact is also at our forefront as much as our customers; having a young fleet also helps us reduce our carbon footprint with lower carbon emissions making us more environmentally friendly.

We have always maintained our service excellence and we will make all efforts to continue to do so in the future as well. We hope to receive our 2nd A321neo aircraft this year which will be utilized to further expand our network and take our customers to new and exciting destinations,”

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