Oman Air Holidays & tripsnstay ink deal to enhance travel offerings

By Shilpa Annie Joseph, Desk Reporter
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Oman’s national airline Oman Air’s Oman Air Holidays has entered into a strategic agreement with tripsnstay, part of the Khimji Ramdas Group, in order to improve its local and international holiday packages.

According to the statement, the agreement comes on the heels of Oman’s recent statement that it will ease travel restrictions and reopen to vaccinated travelers with a negative PCR test result beginning September 1, 2021.

The tripsnstay is a B2B travel marketplace that specializes in non-air booking services. The system is based on cutting-edge technology and provides instant access to the most reasonably priced travel products.

Abdulaziz Al Raisi
Abdulaziz Al Raisi
CEO – Oman Air

“Both Oman Air and Oman Air Holidays play an essential role in Oman’s tourism ecosystem. Connecting guests from international markets to custom holiday packages and tailored stays in Oman is part of our tourism reboot strategy for the country as it reopens to vaccinated travelers. Our strategic agreement with tripsnstay enhances our already expansive inventory of hotels and ancillary products with real-time pricing and product availability. It equally provides locals in Oman with access to competitive flight and hotel packages in destinations across Oman Air’s network.”

Mr. Pankaj Khimji, Director of Khimji Ramdas commented, “This partnership is of great pride to the Khimji Ramdas group. Being our national carrier Oman Air and Oman Air holidays is representative of our country’s progress and expansion.”

“Oman has been one of the most sought-after fresh destinations in the past years and through this collaboration, we can bring Oman further to the forefront,” Mr. Khimji further added.

Last month, Oman Air Holidays has unveiled a revised brand with a new wordmark logo and aesthetic design. The new-look reflects a shift in the company’s goal of allowing inbound travel in the Sultanate by providing integrated “Fly & Stay” package holidays on its website.

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