If you are taking first or business class flights out Muscat International Airport by Oman Air then get ready for some innovative surprise. The passengers in first class and business class lounges at the airport would be able to enjoy the innovative Media Box – top-quality digital news and entertainment – offering by Oman’s national flag carrier.
The airline’s first class and business class lounges at Muscat International Airport have been revamped. The innovative premium service is yet another feather to the multi-award winning Oman Air’s cap. The passengers sitting in the beautiful and luxurious lounges would take the advantage of Media Box, a unique and one of its kind largest e-paper media libraries. This innovative offering would allow the customers in compiling their own reading materials to be enjoyed on board their flights. The Media Box comprises an extensive range of international magazines and daily newspapers, including Middle East region’s local Arabic language media.
A spokesperson of Oman Air while providing more details about the Media Box explained that this interactive online platform would be supporting smartphones, tablets and other electronic devices. The premium customers would be first of all required to register in the lounge. For this they can utilize the facility of complimentary Wi-Fi to update their name as well as flight number. This process would allow them to conveniently download their preferred reading materials without any hassle. The downloaded magazines and newspapers are in unabridged form and would be in the same layout as one would find in print versions, thus making browsing intuitive and convenient.
Abdulaziz Al Raisi, Oman Air’s Executive Vice President–Products & Brand Development, said, “Oman Air has always strived to find innovative ways to delight and surprise its esteemed customers. The prime objective of the airline has been to make customer experience even more enjoyable through upgrades and increased convenience. The Media Box would be delivering digital media services to customers in the airport’s premium lounges.”