Oman Air Appoints GSAs for Passenger Sales in Malaysia, Tanzania & Nepal
Oman Air has appointed General Sales Agents in three of its soon-to-be-launched-destinations, viz, Kuala Lumpur in Malaysia, Dar Es Salam in Tanzania and Kathmandu in Nepal. The National Carrier will be flying to Kuala Lumpur from the 1st of May, to Dar Es Salam from 1st of June and to Kathmandu from the 17th of June.
In Malaysia, Oman Air has appointed ABDA Aviation Sdn Bhd, as its GSA. ABDA is a multinational corporation. The company is the General Sales and Service Agent (GSSA) for some major carrier. The bedrock of expertise in ABDA is constructed upon many years of innovation in product knowledge, professional and dynamic relationships and excellent teamwork.
In Tanzania, Oman Air has appointed The Rickshaw Travel Group (RTG) as its GSA. The Group, which has over 22 years of experience in the field of travel, tourism and related services, is a leading travel service provider to the corporate sector in East Africa. With a customer base, that includes multinationals, NGO’s, aid-organizations, UN agencies, embassies and a wide range of SMEs (small and medium enterprises), the Group focuses on providing unparalleled and personalised services to its clients.
In Nepal, Oman Air has appointed Amravati Travels as its GSA. Amravati Travels has been in the business for over two decades serving the travelling community of Nepal with its various services. Working as GSAs for most of the airlines operating in and out of Nepal, the collective experience and skills of the people working in this organisation and the range of dedicated services offered to the clients set this group apart from others.
Commenting on the appointment of GSAs to Malaysia, Tanzania and Nepal, Abdulrazaq Alraisi, General Manager, Worldwide Sales says:
“Oman Air is very happy with the appointment of these premier and premium organisations as our General Sales Agents. The Board and the management of Oman Air are sure that these GSAs will deliver the top-class service to Oman Air and will help in bringing new and more business from these markets. We are sure that both inbound tourism and outbound tourism between Oman and these countries will prosper greatly.”