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Oman Air all set to accomplish Omanization goals

March 31- Oman Air is set to start with its policy of ‘Omanization’ by recruiting more Omani candidates, said Shaikh Ahmed al Nabhani, Chief Officer, Support Services. "His Majesty Sultan Qaboos's directives are our guiding beacon in this regard. The Board of Directors at Oman Air has drawn ambitious plans to recruit more Omanis this year as we surge ahead with our expansion plans. 2010 has started off well with the Omanization measures put in place. As part of recruiting and honing the skills of our Omani employees, we would be Omanizing completely the grades 3 and 4 of our organisation structure and design the necessary training courses in English language skills to the drivers, porters, and traffic assistants,” he added.
According to Al Nabhani, 22 traffic assistants in this regard have already been hired. 15 pilots, 12 engineering staff, 13 ramp handlers and 22 cabin crew members will be hired soon.
 

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