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‘Wings of Oman’ features Milan, famous Omani caves


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Muscat: Oman Air's Wings of Oman magazine's May issue once again showcases some of the fine and fascinating things the world has to offer.

The beautiful Italian city of Milan is one of the fashion capitals of the world. For its lead feature, Wings of Oman takes a look at what makes Milan so magnificently fashionable. And why — if looking good and dressing well is something you think is important — it should be on your must-visit list for 2014.

The Sultanate of Oman is a 'paradise of geology', according to the Geological Society of Oman. With this in mind, Wings of Oman profiles some of the country's remarkable cave systems and natural underground features. And insists that at least a couple of them should be on your must-do list for Oman.

The magazine's 'Must See: Oman' page showcases Wadi Bani Khalid – one of the most beautiful (and greenest) wadis in the Sultanate. It is definitely worth a visit.

Other editorial offerings include the 'Body and Mind' feature, which looks at the benefits of 'High Intensity' style exercise; and the 'Business and Tech' feature, which looks at ten characteristics which have repeatedly been associated with successful entrepreneurs around the world.

Wings of Oman also includes a three-page diary of festivals, events and sports currently taking place around the world. It also features an 'Omani Souvenirs' page, 'Fashion and Trends' section, 'World View' page (showcasing some remarkable photography from around the globe), and a very special 'Oman View' page, which profiles the work of talented Omani artists and photographers.

There is also a 'Travel Guide' page, 'Your Well-being' page, 'Like' social media page, and a section containing the latest news from the Sultanate of Oman's national carrier, Oman Air.

Wings of Oman, the in-flight publication of the Sultanate of Oman's national carrier, Oman Air, is produced and presented every month in both Arabic and English by the Corporate Communications and Media Department of Oman Air, in association with National Publishing and Advertising (NPA). Every month 21 000 copies of Wings of Oman are circulated.
Truly entertaining

Readers can look forward to navigating their way through a magazine that is truly entertaining, up-to-date, and relevant to their modern-day lifestyles.

The magazine's readership includes an eclectic mix of on-board business and leisure travellers. Wings of Oman also gets distributed on the ground to all the Oman Air offices at the international destinations it flies to – as well as offline agents across the Middle East, Africa and Europe; government officials and embassies throughout Oman; the Oman Tourism offices; leading local and international hotels; and important travel shows around the world.


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