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Oman Air, the nationwide provider of the Sultanate of Oman, operated two frequently scheduled passenger flights with fully vaccinated crews to two separate home locations within the Sultanate on 12 July 2021.
Oman Air Flight 931, a Boeing 737-800, departed Muscat at 07:30 on 12 July for Khasab, a preferred port metropolis on northern Oman’s breathtaking the Musandam Peninsula. The flight was piloted by Captain Sahib Mohamed Al Barwani and First Officer Waleed Al Jadeedi, comprising a cabin crew of 4.
Oman Air Flight 907, a Boeing 787-9 Dreamliner, departed Muscat at 14:55 the identical day for Salalah in Oman’s southern Dhofar province, a vacation spot widespread with vacationers for its spectacular seashores and plush, inexperienced panorama throughout monsoon season (Khareef). The flight was piloted by Captain Sayyid Haitham Thabit Al Busaidi and First Officer Sayyid Tariq Numer Al Said, comprising a cabin crew of 8.
Captain Nasser Al Salmi, Chief Operating Officer at Oman Air, mentioned: “Oman Air has a distinctive monitor document relating to operational well being and security measures. Since the onset of the corvid-19 pandemic, we’ve constantly prioritized our frontline staff and valued company to make sure that each journey with Oman Air is undertaken with the total reassurance that distinctive pre-flight and onboard security measures are in place.
“Vaccinated crews are an integral part of this safety-first mindset and especially significant at a time when our flight frequencies continue to increase and as we resume key routes to destinations around the world.”
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