Times of Oman
Muscat, Jun 10: The third volume/2006 of Wings of Oman, Oman Air’s in-flight magazine, has been released by the Corporate Communications & Media Department. This volume has focused as usual, on various exciting topics aspired at promoting Oman as a tourist destination by means of highlighting few of the many attractions throughout Oman, as well as focusing on the prosperous Omani heritage and traditions.
The third volume included many articles associated with businessmen, health and kids. In addition, the issue included some latest main news on Oman Air, to keep the valued customers of Oman’s national carrier knowledgeable of its steps forward.
In this issue, Wings of Oman dived under the Omani water to experience the magical, stunning and fascinating world of colours, coral reefs and myriad species of sea creatures, throughout a breathtaking adventure under the deep Omani water. Too, you will be mindful with some of the foremost diving centres to be found along the 1,700km of the spectacular Omani beaches, to enjoy the experience of sea sports and diving.
Oman is punctuated by a string of wadis nestled amidst lush of natural attractions; this issue has focused on Wadi Bani Khalid, where the beauty of nature amalgamates with the serenity of the place.
What’s more, this volume has included two interesting subject.
Omani weddings, which is considered to be one of the richest traditions encompassing the multihued fabrics of culture, and an article allied to the great Omani sea history titled “On the Sinbad trail”.
For those who are devoted to travel and fond of exploring different cultures Wings of Oman will fly you to the capital of Lebanon Beirut, an Arab city where you will be awakened by the simultaneous sounds of the Muslim call to prayer and the bells of church.
Lebanon symbolises peace, and the melting pot of cultures. In addition, you will come across topics such as precious platinum, which is considered as a real treat for jewellery connoisseurs. One more subject about alternative treatment, an ancient system of healing “Acupuncture”, in which has developed over thousands of year in the east particularly China, and other subjects.