Abu Dhabi Airports Company (ADAC) today welcomed senior government officials and trade delegations to Al Ain International Airport where Oman Air showcased one of its new Airbus A330-200, after having established its Muscat – Al Ain route in May this year.
The new two class A330-200 offers Economy and Business Class cabins. Both are fitted with brand new seats that offer more space, greater comfort, fantastic in-flight entertainment options, and the very latest in communications technology. In fact, the Business Class seat goes way beyond what many airlines offer in First Class. Oman Air's new business and economy products, configured with 20 business class seats and 196 economy class seats.
Oman Air's decision to display its new aircraft in the airport of the Garden City of the UAE is testament to the strong business partnership between the airline and ADAC, and the value it places on its new Al Ain route.
Welcoming Oman's Air flagship, Faris Al Mazrouei, General Manager, Al Ain International Airport, said: "We would like to officially welcome Oman Air's new daily service between Al-Ain and Muscat, which already has proven to be popular and beneficial to our local community. We value Oman Air's initiative to invest into this dynamic market and look forward to an even closer cooperation towards expanding services."
Barry Brown, Chief Commercial Officer Oman Air, commented: "We are glad to see that the close partnership we have with ADAC is already translating into results. We are today here to showcase our product and provide the opportunity to our customers to experience Oman Air's services from Al Ain to Muscat and beyond."
Al Ain International Airport is a smart choice for busy carriers as it allows for minimal ground time for aircrafts due to its speedy turnaround times as well as enabling it to enjoy the low congested skies of Al Ain City. On the front of recent developments, ADAC had announced last year the bourgeoning Al Ain Aerospace Cluster, which is set to attract highly specialized aerospace companies and individuals, and in tandem with the city's growing education and construction industries, it is expected to spur demand for convenient air travel.