“It is indeed an honour and a privilege to represent my beloved country, the Sultanate of Oman, managing key operations of our National Carrier, Oman Air, in the beautiful and serene country Sri Lanka, which has been an important market for our network”, stated Al Naamani. The Aviation industry is recovering from the immediate effects of the pandemic, with airlines across multiple markets adopting various measures to address the downturn.
Nevertheless, Al Naamani remains highly optimistic about the recovery of the industry and the growth plans of Oman Air.
She further stated, “Aviation is going through one of its most challenging phases with the pandemic which has hit all commercial activities across the globe, with the airline industry being one of the first to be adversely impacted. However, we feel that it would also be one of the first to recover, which we see now with the opening of borders and the reduction in restrictions by many countries.” Oman Air’s objective is to gradually strengthen the current network by reintroducing services, which have been minimised since March 2020 due to pandemic related restrictions. The company progressively commenced operations in late 2020 with charter flights to many countries to transport Omani nationals stranded across the globe and to repatriate international guests in Oman to their home countries.