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Oman Air optimizes staff travel management with myIDTravel from Lufthansa Systems

Muscat, 16th May 2011: Oman Air has chosen myIDTravel, the integrated ID travel management solution for staff travel from Lufthansa Systems. With myIDTravel, Oman Air can introduce self-service e-ticketing for flights of staff members on Oman Air and other airlines. This enables the airline to streamline their staff travel processes and to comply with the industry mandate of replacing paper ID tickets by March 2012.


myIDTravel is an integrated solution for the efficient management of business and private ID travel. Through e-ticketing, new self-service functions and a high level of automation, airlines can optimize their ID travel management and reduce costs. myIDTravel eliminates the need for paper tickets and enables airlines to replace them with electronic ID tickets for their own and even for interline flights. Furthermore, myIDTravel offers advantages for airlines by streamlining processes - from maintaining ID agreements and eligibility rules to revenue accounting and interline settlement. Airline employees also benefit greatly from using myIDTravel because they can conveniently purchase, change, issue and refund electronic tickets for their trips.


Oman Air, the flagship company of the Sultanate of Oman’s Civil Aviation sector, commenced operations in 1993. Starting off as a regional player, Oman Air, as Oman’s National Carrier has witnessed rapid growth since the time it was established and operates a modern fleet of 25 aircraft, serving destinations in the GCC and Middle Eastern region, Asia, Africa and Europe.

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