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Oman Airports' welcomes private Syrian airline Cham Wings

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Oman Airports' welcomes private Syrian airline Cham Wings  - Airlines publisher
Tatjana Obrazcova

Oman Airports has welcomed Cham Wings airlines to Muscat International Airport.

The airline will operate two direct weekly services between Damascus and Muscat/Muscat to Damascus. The first flight was operated on Tuesday the 3rd of September, 2015 at 4:00 PM- (Muscat time); making it Oman Airports’ 63rd destination worldwide reaching up to 31 countries. Oman Airports celebrated the first landing of Cham Wings airline at Muscat International Airport; celebrating this historical day with route development specialists from the commercial department at OAMC, along with Cham Wings representatives. 

For the last ten years, the service sector in Syria has been growing notably and rapidly due to global and local changes. These changes had its influence on many fields in general and on the transportation sector in particular, which led Cham Wings to be the first selected Syrian private airline company. Currently Cham Wings airlines’ is offering very attractive return gross fares to many destinations and planning to operate to different destinations in the world. 

Cham Wings airline is based in Damascus and has links with local and international travel agency networks. Scheduled air flight operations to cover routes other than Damascus-Baghdad to reach other regional and intentional destinations such as El Najaf, Beirut, Malmo in Sweden, Istanbul (connection with Beirut) and now Muscat, Oman. Moreover, Cham wings is trying to meet all its customer’s expectations and link Syria with the most important destinations such as Kuwait, Doha, and Khartoum in the future. Cham Wings’ Several new destinations are currently being planned in line with the vision of Cham wings to become the leader in private airlines in the M.E. Region. 

The Airline also has plans to expand to cargo and mail service, opening new sales points globally and adding to its fleet new generation of modern aircrafts. Recently, Cham Wings has added a new A 320 to its fleet with a capacity of 156 seats. The subjected aircraft is supposed to be operating scheduled and non-scheduled flights to all its destinations.


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