Oman Air is the national carrier of Oman. Based at Muscat International Airport in Seeb, Muscat; it works residential and worldwide traveler administrations, just as territorial air taxi and sanction flights. Oman Air is an individual from the Arab Air Carriers Organization.
Oman Air can follow its root back to 1970, when Oman International Services (OIS) was built up. The organization turned into a common air ship ground dealing with supplier at Beit Al Falaj Airport. In 1972, OIS moved its tasks to the new terminal at Seeb International Airport. The organization took over Gulf Air’s Light Aircraft Division in 1977, preceding setting up Aircraft Engineering Division around the same time. Quickly growing common avionics industry of Oman drove OIS to the working of a few offices – including sheds, workshops and in-flight providing food – to cook for the expansion in action.
In 1981, Oman Aviation Services turned into a business entity. OAS likewise obtained 13 flying machine from Gulf Air, enabling the organization to supplant its turboprops Fokker 27-600 with the −500 arrangement. The next year, Oman Aviation Services together started fly administrations, alongside Gulf Air, to Salalah. From 1983 to 1993, the organization bought new gear, including the Cessna Citation, and new offices to enable it to improve its administrations.