Oman Airports Celebrates the 50th Blessed Renaissance National Day
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Amidst strict COVID-19 prevention measures, the 50th Blessed Renaissance Day was celebrated at Muscat International Airport, Salalah Airport and its other regional airports with lights bearing the honorable hues of the Omani flag. Passenger terminals were lit and national songs echoed across all of the Sultanate’s airports, while duty-free shops at Muscat International Airport and Salalah Airport provided customers with special discounts in celebration of the joyous occasion, and airport employees decorated their desks and offices with the colors of the Omani flag to express their joy on this monumental day.
A concerted campaign entitled #SafeJourneyBack is also underway across Oman Airports social media platforms, marking the return of operations in early October following the prolonged closure due to outbreak of coronavirus. Believing in the importance of feedback in upgrading its services, the campaign was also aimed at encouraging travelers to share feedback on their travel experience through The Sultanate’s airports.
Oman Airports has always been keen to interact with travelers in Muscat International Airport, Salalah Airport and its regional airports. Moreover, the company continuously strives towards seizing every opportunity to immortalize these airports as gateways to a world beauty and opportunity.
It serves to note that airports at GCC countries also joined the Sultanate's celebrations of its 50th National Day of the Renaissance by posting a cable of greetings on social media platforms, sporting festive decorations and putting up portraits of His Majesty Sultan Haitham bin Tarik Al Said, in a touching gesture to share the joy of Omani people’s celebration of an occasion that is highly valued by all the GCC countries.