Oman Air reaffirms support for Social Ministry initiatives

MUSCAT: Oman Air, the national carrier of the Sultanate, has introduced a range of projects to ensure providing optimum support to families under social insurance families and those with special needs.
Working in close coordination with the Ministry of Social Development, (MoSD), Oman Air aims to assist the eligible citizens in achieving their full potential.
The airline has restated its commitment to sustainable social development and has pledged to continue promoting initiatives, which aim to develop and support people with special needs.
The Ministry of Social Development makes the support of these citizens a major priority and it works to meet their needs on a daily basis.
Oman Air’s Chief Executive Officer CEO, Abdulaziz bin Saud al Raisi, commented: “As the National Carrier of the Sultanate of Oman, Oman Air is proud to be working closely with the MoSD to improve the life of the citizens of our nation.
“At Oman Air we have expanded the range of our community initiatives to support eligible individuals reach their full potential and achieve a rewarding and balanced life.
“Oman Air supports a wide range of educational, cultural and sporting schemes which not only help to improve the lives of individuals, but also make an important contribution to the economic and social well being of the Sultanate.”
Oman Air’s support for the work of the Ministry of Social Development stems from its endeavours to support the community to deliver a positive, long-term impact within the less advantaged communities, and create a cooperative, united society in which all citizens are enabled to achieve their full potential.
In pursuing this essential aspect of Oman Air’s mission, the airline has developed a genuine strong partnership with the Ministry of Social Development.
For example, the national carrier offers a 50-per cent discount for individuals travelling from families that fall under the social insurance programme and their accompanying person.
This includes those who are travelling for medical treatment and study purposes.
Also, new graduates from high schools in Oman are entitled to receive a 25-per cent discount on return flights to enable them to continue their studies overseas, with baggage allowance of 10 kg above the weight normally permitted. — ONA