lounge at Suvarnabhumi Airport, in
Bangkok. The expanded Oman Air Lounge offers even more facilities than its
predecessor, within a significantly larger space.
interior design features a natural colour scheme, enhanced by soft lighting
which also reflects the Oman Air corporate colours. Traditional Omani artefacts
are showcased in bespoke cabinets hung from the walls, and contemporary
sculptures provide an additional focus for the eye.
space, customers are now able to relax before their flights on one of the sumptuous
new day beds within new rest area. In addition, the seating has been redesigned
to be even more comfortable, and can now accommodate 72 customers instead of
the previous 34.
food and refreshments are available from a state-of-the-art buffet table and
bar, echoing Oman Air’s internationally-acclaimed inflight dining. A sparkling shower
room and luxury toiletries, as well as a baby-changing station, have also been
added to the lounge’s extensive facilities.
the opening, Paul Gregorowitsch, Chief Executive Officer of Oman Air, said:
proud to unveil the superb new Oman Air Lounge at Bangkok Suvarnabhumi
Airport. Oman Air’s guests, and other air travellers at Bangkok, are invited to
come along and discover the lounge’s calm and tranquil atmosphere, and its
outstanding facilities. These are underpinned by Oman Air’s trademark
hospitality, making the Oman Air Lounge the perfect place to relax and prepare
for your flight.”
lounge is available for Oman Air’s Business Class guests, as well as Silver and
Gold tier Sindbad frequent flyer members. In addition, air travellers flying
with other airlines are invited to use the Oman Air lounge on payment of THB
1500 for adults, or THB 750 for children.
Oman Air Lounge at Bangkok is one of four dedicated premium lounges within the
airline’s network, with the others located at Muscat and Salalah. In addition,
Oman Air offers the Majan Lounge at Muscat International Airport for use by
Sindbad members and, following payment of a modest fee, for the economy class
guests of Oman Air and other airlines. Each lounge offers world-class levels of
luxury, comfort and hospitality.
About Oman Air
the flagship carrier of the Sultanate of Oman and an Official 4 Star Airline
(Skytrax 2011). Founded in 1993, the airline has since witnessed massive growth
and has played a major role in making Muscat an important traffic hub in the
Middle East, supporting the commercial, industrial and tourism sectors.
currently operates direct international flights from Muscat to Abu Dhabi,
Bahrain, Doha, Dubai, Jeddah, Riyadh, Dammam, Madina, Tehran and Kuwait, in the
Gulf region, as well as Cairo, Beirut and Amman within the wider Middle East
Oman Air flies to ten destinations in India (Mumbai, Chennai, Kochi,
Thiruvananthapuram, Hyderabad, Delhi, Lucknow, Bangalore, Kozhikode and
Jaipur), Chittagong in Bangladesh, Karachi, Islamabad and Lahore in Pakistan,
Kathmandu in Nepal and Colombo in Sri Lanka. Oman Air also flies to the
Maldives, Bangkok and Kuala Lumpur, Zanzibar and Dar Es Salaam. Its European
destinations are London, Milan, Munich, Frankfurt, Paris and Zurich.
has codeshare partnerships with Emirates Airlines, giving travellers better
connectivity and an extended range of services between Dubai and Muscat, as
well as with Qatar Airways allowing Oman Air’s customers to book flights from
any of the 43 departure points within its network to Doha. In addition, Oman
Air, has a codeshare partnership with Ethiopian Airlines on the Muscat and
Addis Ababa sectors, as well as codeshare agreements with Royal Jordanian,
enabling that airline’s customers to fly with Oman Air between Muscat and Amman
and Oman Air’s customers to fly with Royal Jordanian between Amman and Beirut.
A partnership with Turkish Airlines allows passengers to book with either
airline to fly between Muscat and Istanbul, with the flights being operated by
Turkish Airlines. A further codeshare agreement with Sri Lankan Airlines offers
Oman Air’s customers the opportunity to book seats on Sri Lankan Airline’s
services from Muscat to Singapore, Male, and China via Colombo. In turn, Sri
Lankan Airlines’ customers are able to book onto Oman Air’s flights from
Colombo to Zurich via the Omani Capital of Muscat.
fleet currently consists of four Airbus A330-200s, three Airbus A330-300s, 17
Boeing 737-700s/800s, four Embraer E175s and two ATR 42s. Six Boeing 787
Dreamliners are on order for delivery from 2015, three Airbus A330s are
expected from December 2014 and six Boeing 737-800s will be added to the fleet,
also from 2014. In addition, Oman Air has five Boeing 737-900ERs on order, and
will be the first Gulf carrier to take the aircraft. By 2016, Oman Air’s total
fleet size is expected to be around 50 aircraft.
outstanding aircraft interiors include its First Class Mini Suite, which
provides each of the six First Class passengers with direct aisle access and
converts to the longest lie-flat seat in the skies. The A330’s 20 award-winning
Business Class seats each provide direct aisle access, ample storage space and
the latest technological amenities. Economy Class seats offer adjustable head
and leg rests, together with generous leg and elbow room. A state of the art
in-flight entertainment system features individual seatback screens, audio and
video on demand and live satellite TV. In addition, Oman Air has pioneered both
mobile telephony and Internet connectivity on board its flights and this is
available in all three classes.
First and Business Class lounges have been opened at Muscat International
Airport, featuring elegant and tranquil relaxation areas, complimentary spa
treatments and à la carte dining. A lounge-to-aircraft limousine service is
also offered to First Class passengers at Muscat.
commitment to quality, comfort and a seamless passenger experience has resulted
in international acclaim, including: Best Business Class Seat in the World
(Skytrax World Airline Awards 2011, 2012); Service Excellence, Middle East
(Skytrax World Airline Awards 2011); Best Staff Service, Middle East (Skytrax
World Airline Awards 2014); Best Luxury Airline, Middle East (Business
Destinations Awards 2011, 2012, 2013); Best In-flight Connectivity &
Communications award in The 2011 Passenger Choice Awards; as well as
recognition in the TravelPlus Amenity
Bag Awards 2010 (three Gold, one Silver), 2011 (two Gold, one bronze), 2012
(one Gold) and 2013 (one Gold); the Business
Traveller Cellars in the Sky Awards 2010 (Silver) and 2012 (two Gold). Over
the last year, Oman Air has also won two awards at the Arab Tourism Media
awards, and three categories of the Oman Web Awards. Oman Air was ranked highly
in the American Express Executive Travel
magazine’s list of the world’s best airlines, and also in Business Insider’s World’s Best Airlines 2014, and its exceptional
support for sporting achievement was recognized at the Oman Sports Awards Gala in February 2014. More
recently, Oman Air was named Best Business Class Airline – Middle East and Best
Economy Class Airline – Middle East at the World Travel Awards 2014,