Oman Air partners with Grand Millennium Muscat for layover deal

The collaboration comprises a one night stay for Oman Air passengers free of charge at the Grand Millennium Muscat

The hotel will offer Oman Air passengers laying over in the capital a complimentary one night stay
The hotel will offer Oman Air passengers laying over in the capital a complimentary one night stay

Oman Air has partnered with the Grand Millennium Muscat to offer passengers travelling through the Sultanate as a layover a complimentary one night stay at the hotel.

The partnership is designed to boost tourism for Oman by attracting passengers from across the world to use Muscat as a “connection point” to other destinations.

The move follows the successful roll-out of the recently extended business and first class stopover offer launched by Oman Air.

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Millennium Hotels and Resorts’ cluster general manager Luca Medda said: “We are keen to promote Oman to travellers across the globe, and what better way than to get them to actually sample our quality and the famous Omani culture and friendliness than a complimentary stay at our property.”

Meanwhile, Oman Air’s senior vice president Richard Bodin said campaigns like this will tempt passengers to break their journey, step out of the airport and explore the Sultanate.

“We are now broadening our offer to embrace all our passenger base and are absolutely thrilled to be working with the stunning Grand Millennium Muscat,” said Bodin. “There is no doubt that the hotel will impress our guests and tempt them back to the Sultanate.”

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