MUSCAT: To provide superior comfort to customers, SalamAir, the Sultanate’s fastest growing value-for-money airline, has signed an agreement with the Oman National Engineering and Investment Company (ONEIC) to facilitate the money collection service. ONEIC, a public joint stock company that operates in the utilities and engineering sectors, is a key invoice collector in Oman that handles invoice collection for large companies in Oman.
The agreement was signed between Captain Mohamed Ahmed, CEO of SalamAir and Dr Rashid Mohammed Al Ghilani, CEO of ONEIC.
The partnership will allow SalamAir customers to use ONEIC’s various payment channels (website, kiosks, mobile app and outlets) to pay for ticket reservations and other additional services. The facility is now available offline at their 73 outlets across the country.
Captain Mohamed Ahmed, CEO of SalamAir, said: “We are delighted to sign this agreement with the prestigious ONEIC organization which will allow us to enhance the experience of our customers. With the intention of upholding our commitment to providing high quality solutions to our customers, we continually seek inventive ways to enrich and improve our products and services. Since we have gradually expanded our route network, it is crucial for us that our customers can easily book flights and take advantage of our services. This agreement will help us take advantage of ONEIC’s vast network of agencies and services. By choosing to be innovative, we are tracking our time and making the passenger experience more efficient and convenient in the process. “
Dr Rashid Mohammed Al Ghilani said: “This agreement is a testament to the significant value that SalamAir sees in our services. We look forward to further supporting the growth of the airline. We are delighted to sign this agreement to provide cash payment service to customers.