Keeping abreast with time and technology, Wings of Oman, Oman Air’s in-flight magazine issued by Corporate Communication and Media Department in Oman Air buoyed by its remarkable success in the last one year, has incorporated some changes beginning with the first issue of the year 2007, which has just been released. Today, Oman’s national carrier connects 20 destinations around the world, including two gateways in the Sultanate. It has truly supplemented the development of tourism in Oman. Little wonder, Oman is emerging as a premier tourist destination across the Middle East. That is the message Wings of Oman wants to convey to its readers.
The latest issue of Wings of Oman takes the readers on a drive through the exquisite roundabouts which adorn Oman throughout the length and breadth of the great country. The beauty of Oman is greatly accentuated by a cornucopia of artistic objects occupying roundabouts and important junctions. Oman Air’s new destination Jordan has been covered providing comprehensive information about the place from the tourism perspective. Jordan offers visitors a mind-boggling choice of experiences through its myriad historical, religious and natural sites.
On health, it focuses on ECG as an indispensable tool. With children getting glued to TV reading has taken a back seat. The issue highlights the importance of reading among children.
This issue also sees the reclamation of the lost legacy of the Oud, an Arabic musical instrument.
The section on business, trivia, etc has interesting features which will widen your knowledge base.
Besides the size enhancement, the issue has new columns like International events and general information on the Sultanate of Oman. The section ‘International events’ will serve as a useful guide to our readers to plan out their itinerary to fairs and exhibitions well in advance while the ‘general information on Oman’ will help those coming to Oman for the first time. The issue has also included new sections that focus on technology, sports and other interesting day to day issues.