Oman Air Holidays, NBO offer cardholders 10% off travel packages

Discount can be availed by using any NBO card when booking and paying through the Oman Air Holidays call centre

  

With travel restrictions being eased, Oman Air Holidays has partnered with National Bank of Oman (NBO) to offer cardholders a 10 per cent discount on packages and services.
 
Valid across an extensive network of domestic and international destinations, and including accommodation, flight tickets, car rental, tours, and airport transfers, the discount can be availed by using any NBO card when booking and paying through the Oman Air Holidays call centre.
 
Oman Air Holidays Senior Manager Mundher Al Shaikhani said: “As Oman’s leading ‘Fly & Stay’ travel gateway, we offer a variety of holiday tours and packages that combine the best in hospitality, leisure and tourism and offer exceptional value-for-money.
 
"NBO shares our customer-centric vision and we are looking forward to a long and fruitful partnership that provides our customers with rewarding travel experiences.”
 
NBO Head of Products Maha Al Raisi added: “We strive to provide our customers with lifestyle benefits for banking with us. We’re excited to partner with Oman Air Holidays, as a brand that our customers know and love.
 
"With people starting to travel again, the options and discounts provided is one way of helping them enjoy their holiday a little bit more.”-TradeArabia News Service

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