Uplifting news for football fans from Oman heading out to Qatar for FIFA World Cup

Muscat: Football fans from Oman who plan on making a trip to Qatar to watch the forthcoming FIFA World Cup currently have undeniably more choices to go between the two nations, because of another understanding endorsed to help network.

As a component of the understanding, 21 day to day flights will work among Muscat and Doha for allies of the groups playing at the World Cup.

The arrangement was endorsed between Oman Air, the banner transporter of the Sultanate, and Qatar Airways. The arrangement was endorsed within the sight of Azzan Qasim Al Busaidi, Undersecretary for Tourism at the Ministry of Heritage and Tourism, Najeeb Yahya Al Balushi, Oman’s envoy to Qatar, Abdulaziz Saud Al Raisi, CEO of Oman Air, and Haitham Mohammed Al Ghassani, Director-General of Tourism Promotion.

The Ministry of Heritage and Tourism is set to head the controlling panel of the 2022 FIFA World Cup, under the chairmanship of Al Busaidi, alongside individuals from the Ministry of Culture, Sports and Youth, the Royal Oman Police, Oman Air, Omran Group and Oman Airports Company.

Al Busaidi said: “The understanding mirrors serious areas of strength for the between the two nations and the Sultanate of Oman’s perception to add to the outcome of the World Cup, which, being held without precedent for an Arab country, offers an extraordinary chance to advance Oman’s travel industry objections.
Al Raisi said: “The different sides consented to treat the 21 World Cup trips as nearby flights instead of outer flights. Tickets for trips between the two nations during the World Cup will be shared by the two aircraft organizations. Oman will be given influence as a travel industry objective, which includes a bunch of the travel industry bundles at cutthroat costs for the World Cup public wishing to visit Oman.”

“As a matter of fact, the FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022 comprises a once in a lifetime chance for the entire GCC locale as a rule, and the Sultanate of Oman, specifically,” Al Raisi added.