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  Volume: XXIV, Issue No. 19 May 16-31, 2015  
  Oman Air extends convenience as web check-in window is increased
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Muscat : Oman Air has increased the period during which customers can use its convenient web check-in facility before they fly.
Web check-in is now available from 36 hours to three hours before scheduled departure, hel-ping passengers - whether travelling alone or with their families, with baggage or without - to avoid airport queues and get airside as quickly as possible.
Web check-in is available at all Oman Air's destinations, except Kathmandu, Khasab, Manama, Tehran and Zanzibar, and complements the airline's online booking option. These facilities, together with Oman Air's complete inflight connectivity service_ which allows passengers to make mobile phone calls, send text messages, check emails and use the internet_ ensure that Oman Air's customers remain at the forefront of digital communications.
An added, but less obvious advantage of online booking and web check-in is that they keep costs down for the airline, which means that the resulting savings can be passed on to customers in the form of low fares and special offers.
Oman Air keeps its special offers constantly under review, so it is worth checking the website (www.omanair. com) regularly, and there are always outstanding Business Class and Economy Class deals to be had throug-hout the airline's 43-destination network.
So, whether you are flying to or from Oman, or via Muscat to a destination in the Middle East, Europe, Asia or Africa, outstanding value and convenience are just a click away.
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