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Oman Air Holidays and SITC sign partnership

Saudi International Travel Company will work with Oman Air’s package holiday division to promote tourism in both countries

Oman Air Holidays will partner with Saudi International Travel Company (SITC) to promote tourism offerings in Saudi Arabia and Oman.

Both entities are committed to providing GCC travellers with a wider range of bespoke tours and packages that combine hospitality, leisure and experiential tourism in the region.

The agreement paves the way for SITC to offer its travel and tourism services to those travelling to Saudi Arabia on Oman Air flights. In addition, the partnership will focus on offering wide-ranging recreational options and turnkey travel and tourism services for visitors arriving in Saudi from Oman, strengthening cooperation between both countries.

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Commenting on the announcement, Oman Air Holidays senior manager Mundher Al Shaikhani said: “The partnership between Oman Air Holidays and SITC will strengthen the relationship between the Sultanate of Oman and the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia in the delivery of innovative holiday products and services, and will contribute to the tremendous growth potential of both countries’ tourism ecosystems. This aligns closely with the objectives of Oman’s Vision 2040 and the Kingdom’s Vision 2030.”

SITC chief executive officer Sultan Suleiman added: “The partnership enhances strategic cooperation based on the innovative approach followed by private companies in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia to expand investment opportunities across markets with the aim of developing and providing a series of distinctive, high-efficiency tourism services in both the Saudi and Omani markets.”

For more information, visit www.holidays.omanair.com

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