Oman Air, the sultanate`s national carrier, announced that it has implemented a codeshare agreement with Kenya Airways (KQ) covering services between its Muscat platform and Nairobi. The new partnership will enable seamless connectivity for Kenya Airways customers who access Muscat directly from Nairobi. Oman Air launched flights to Nairobi last March, a statement from the national airline said. On the Nairobi-Muscat route, KQ will codeshare its flight numbers on Oman Air flights, which are operated on Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Fridays and Sundays, he added. CEO Paul Gregorovitch commented on the new codeshare agreement: “Through this partnership, Oman Air is expanding its exemplary services for Kenya Airways customers. Trade between Kenya and Oman has grown steadily over the years, and this recent agreement is a natural development after the launch of our new Muscat-Nairobi flight last March. Oman Air`s strategy reflects the country`s national character and the legendary hospitality and kindness of the Omani people. This, combined with his internationally recognized services, has meant that various important distinctions and distinctions have been awarded by many renowned organizations around the world, he added. Sebastian Mikosz, Managing Director and Managing Director of Kenya Airways Group, said the new codeshare agreement is an important part of its strategy to increase the choice, comfort and connectivity that Kenya Airways offers its customers. “Codeshare partnerships and airline alliances continue to play an important role for Kenya Airways in improving the competitive offering of airlines,” said Mikosz. Through this partnership, Kenya Airways is expanding its services to both tourists and those visiting friends and families in Oman – thanks to the cultural ties Oman shares with the coasts of East Africa – including Kenya and Tanzania,” he added. It is a three-step loyalty program, managed directly by Oman Air.

The three markets are Sinbad Blue, Sindbad Silver, which requires 20,000 miles of state or has flown 15 segments with Oman Air over a 12-month period to qualify and maintain the Sinbad Silver Tier, Sinbad Gold level, which requires 40,000 animal miles or 30 animal segments over a 12-month period to qualify and maintain the Sibad Gold level. Sindbad has entered into a partnership agreement with the respective Etihad Airways programme and meilen may be collected through several Sinbad partners. [23] MIAMI – Oman Air (WY) and Salam Air (OV), two Omani airlines, have signed a codeshare agreement to increase connectivity for passengers. WY and OV are the only two airlines in Oman to be both based at Muscat International Airport (MCT). This codeshare agreement is the first low-cost airline to enter into such an agreement with Oman Air….