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Oman Air Signs Reciprocal Loyalty Partnership with Qatar Airways; Will Resume Flights to Bangkok

Oman Air has signed a reciprocal loyalty program partnership with Qatar Airways. Sinbad Program and Qatar Airways Privilege Club members can now earn and redeem miles on either airline between Muscat and Doha. Oman Air is also resuming service to Bangkok.

Oman Air and Qatar Airways Announce Reciprocal Loyalty Partnership - Courtesy Oman Air

Today (November 6, 2021), Oman Air, the national airline of the Sultanate of Oman, announced the signing of a reciprocal loyalty program with Qatar Airways. Oman Air Sinbad Program and Qatar Airways Privilege Club members can now earn and redeem miles for travel on both airlines between Muscat and Doha in either direction. The reciprocal loyalty partnership strengthens the commercial cooperation between both carriers and builds on the benefits of expanding codesharing. In December 2021, Oman Air and Qatar Airways announced greater cooperation to boost connectivity and enhance travel options. The Codeshare expansion will increase the number of destinations available to Oman Air customers from three to 65 on the Qatar Airways network. Likewise, Qatar Airways’ guests will enjoy travel to six additional destinations across Africa and Asia in Oman Air’s network.

In Saturday’s announcement, Oman Air’s CEO, Eng. Abdulaziz Al Raisi, said,

“The strong relationship between Oman Air and Qatar Airways offers a world of exciting travel possibilities and we’re delighted that our Sindbad members can now earn and redeem Sindbad miles for travel on Qatar Airways between Muscat and Doha. We’re equally delighted to welcome Qatar Airways Privilege Club members on board Oman Air flights on the popular sector, where they can earn and spend Qmiles.”

Also commenting on the expanded commercial cooperation, Qatar Airways Group’s Chief Executive, His Excellency Mr. Akbar Al Baker, said,

“Qatar Airways is delighted to launch this new partnership with Oman Air, offering valued members flying between Qatar and Oman significant opportunities to earn and spend miles across both airlines. This new loyalty partnership cements our dedication to the Sultanate of Oman, and we will remain committed towards creating more unique opportunities to reward our members, in addition to offering various avenues to use Qmiles with our airline partners.”

In a previous press release on Thursday (November 4, 2021), Oman Air announced the restart of service between Muscat and Bangkok from November 11, 2021. The route will operate twice-weekly on Thursdays and Saturdays and will be serviced with a Boeing 787 Dreamliner. On Thursdays, flights will depart Muscat at 22:00 and arrive in Bangkok at 06:45 the next morning. The return flight departs Bangkok at 09:15 on Friday and arrives in Muscat at 12:35. Saturday flights will depart Muscat at 09:00 and arrive in Bangkok at 17:45, while the return flight departs Bangkok at 20:05 and arrives in Muscat at 23:25 (all times local).

Celebrating 28 years of service, multi-award winning Oman Air maintains the highest standards of performance in all aspects of operations. The airline’s ultra-modern and fuel efficient fleet are renowned for their bespoke interiors and innovative inflight entertainment (IFE) systems. Oman Air continues to invest in the latest technologies, propelling the carrier to the forefront of modern aviation. Oman Air operates a fleet of nine Boeing 787s, 10 Airbus A330s and 21 Boeing 737NGs.

Source: Oman Air

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