Oman Air, Turkish Airlines revise codeshare agreement

Oman Air and Turkish airlines have announced that they will be revising and extending their codeshare agreement.

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Oman Air and Turkish airlines have announced that they will be revising and extending their codeshare agreement.

 

According to Oman’s national carrier, Oman Air will codeshare on “Turkish Airlines operating flights to Rome, Copenhagen and Algiers, while Turkish Airlines will codeshare on Oman Air operating flights to Salalah.”

Talking about this agreement, Abdulaziz Al Raisi, chief executive officer, Oman Air said, “As we continue to expand globally, codeshare agreements such as this help us spread our wings to newer destinations and bring us more partners and guests.”

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Oman Air and Turkish Airlines currently operate one daily flight each on the Muscat-Istanbul route under reciprocal codeshare agreement.

Turkish Airlines’ Deputy Chairman and CEO, Mr. Bilal Ekşi expressed: “We believe that this enhancement with Oman Air will further explore cooperation opportunities for both airlines together with growing relations between our countries.”

Previously, Oman Air launched a codeshare deal with Gulf Air

Codesharing is an arrangement in which an airline places its designator code on a flight operated by another airline, and sells tickets for that flight.

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