SalamAir Reviews 2017
SalamAir traces its roots to the invitation for bids made by Oman’s Public Authority for Civil Aviation (PACA) in 2015 to have a low-cost commercial airline in the country. The Muscat-based airline is owned by the Muscat National Development and Investment Company (ASAAS).
Our latest SalamAir reviews take a look at the low-cost airline and what services they have for passengers within the region. We hope that these SalamAir reviews help.
Background and History
SalamAir has its headquarters in Muscat, Oman where the airline mainly operates from their base at Muscat International Airport. The Omani airline’s maiden flight was between two cities in Oman: Muscat and Salalah, and on February 28, 2017 they marked their first international service: the Muscat-Dubai route.
François Bouteiller is SalamAir’s CEO. Bouteiller was previously chief executive of flynas and had been appointed as SalamAir’s CEO in 2016.
As of April 2017, SalamAir’s fleet is composed of 3 Airbus A320-200 flying to a number of destinations within the region: Oman, Pakistan, Saudi Arabia, and United Arab Emirates. For a comprehensive list of the destinations of SalamAir, using either passenger, charter, or cargo airlines, view this link.
Reviews/What Users Have to Say
Unfortunately, there are little to no SalamAir reviews online from which to base our opinion on. In this case, we will rely on the general appearance of their official website to come up with our own SalamAir reviews.
However, SalamAir made the news with a report that they will operate twelve Airbus A320 narrow body jets by 2020, adding to the three leased from Chile’s LATAM Airlines. Also, SalamAir will launch five new routes from May to Medina in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia; Sialkot, Karachi, and Multan in Pakistan; and to Dhaka in Bangladesh.
Their Official Website and Inflight Services
Their official website is brightly coloured and simple. Navigating and doing the airline website functions like booking a flight, hotel, car, or checking your flight status is easy.
Flying with SalamAir is straightforward. While booking, you can select your preferred airplane seat, the prices of which will depend on the seat’s location or legroom for example. Food and beverage are available for sale on board; passengers can experience SalamAir cabin crew hospitality through the comfort of their dining.
SalamAir can be followed on their Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, Instagram, and Youtube accounts. For more information, updates, and offers about SalamAir, view their Twitter account here.
- Website URL: https://salamair.com
- Contact number: +968 2427 2222
- Contact Email: email@example.com; https://salamair.com/contact-us
- Head Office Address: (Dubai) Sharaf Travel LLC. (GSA), Sharaf Travel Building, Mezzanine floor, Khalid Bin Waleed Street, Bur Dubai, Dubai, United Arab Emirates.
Concluding Words About the Airline
SalamAir is new but their offers display the expertise of their service. As a low-cost airline in Oman, they’re becoming one of the region’s alternatives for travel and a way to enhance the growing tourism in Oman. I would recommend SalamAir to people interested in budget travel in the region.
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