Visiting the Middle East is to be made easier and better value for international travelers with the launch by the oneworld alliance of its new “Visit Middle East” fare – offering attractive flexible fares on flights within one of the world’s fastest growing regions for air travel demand.
The latest offering in oneworld market-leading range of alliance fares launched this month and follows the recent addition of Qatar Airways to oneworld, as the first of the major Gulf carriers to join one of the global airline alliances.
With Royal Jordanian the first airline from the Arab world to become part of any global airline alliance when it joined oneworld in 2007, the addition of Qatar Airways makes oneworld the leading alliance in the Middle East.
The oneworld Visit Middle East pass features all their flights within the Gulf, Levant and Egypt – and also those of the other oneworld partners operating within this region, British Airways and Cathay Pacific – giving unrivalled coverage of the area.
It offers flights to 30 destinations in 12 countries – providing just the ticket to take in the wonders of Petra, the riches of Luxor, cosmopolitan Doha or the sandy beaches of Muscat.
The oneworld Visit Middle East pass must be purchased in conjunction with an international flight to the region with any oneworld member airline. It can include from three to ten sectors in the region. Prices are based on the cabin selected – Business or Economy – and the length of each sector, with prices of each flight from US$ 75, excluding taxes and fees.
oneworld offers an extensive ranges of alliance fares, enabling customers to fly on multiple airlines with attractive savings on regular published fares, whether they want to fly right around the world, or explore one or more continents or regions. These include Visit passes for Asia, Africa, North America, South America, Australia and New Zealand, Europe, Japan and Malaysia.