MUSCAT — Ziyad bin Karim Al Haremi, acting CEO of the Oman Aviation Services said the company achieved good growth rates in the number of passengers transported and compliance with take-off and landing timings and the engineering efficiency.
He told Oman News Agency (ONA) that Oman Air transported 385,621 passengers by the end of April 2006.
He said the company will increase its daily flights from Muscat to Salalah from the existing three flights to four flights during the Khareef Salalah 2006 and will operate 4-weekly flights on the Dubai-Salalah route.
Al Harami said the company has increased its flights from Muscat to Dubai to 44 flights a week from 27 and increased its flights to Kuwait to 14 flights a week and to Bahrain, Qatar and Lebanon to seven flights a week.
The company transported 19.93 million kilograms of cargo during the first four months of this year.