Oman Air signs up with Piyavate Hospital

Oman Air signs up with Piyavate Hospital

Oman Air has partnered Piyavate Hospital, one of Bangkok’s leading health care centres, to offer passengers a range of discounts and benefits.

Passengers flying with Oman Air from Muscat to Bangkok are now, upon production of their boarding pass, entitled to a 50 per cent discount off the regular cost of Piyavate Hospital Check-up programmes.

In addition, they will receive a 20 per cent discount against any advanced treatment, other than doctors’ fees, special medicine costs, dental charges and personal expenses such as phone bills.

This offer is valid for Oman Air passengers until December 31st 2011. Terms and conditions apply.

Ahmed Hazeem Al Balushi, district sales manager, Oman Air, Bangkok said: “We are pleased to be working with our new partners at the Piyavate Hospital in Bangkok to offer our customers the very best in private health care at significantly reduced prices.

“With discounts available of up to 50 per cent, this arrangement is a further demonstration of Oman Air’s commitment to offering outstanding value for all our passengers.”

Opened in 1993, Piyavate Hospital offers around 300 beds and a full range of supporting medical technology.

The hospital’s staff includes physicians certified in every area of medical specialisation by both American and Thai Boards. They are supported by highly qualified registered nurses and technicians.

Piyavate Hospital’s Assistant Chief Business Officer, Thirachai Jotikabukkana, said, “Piyavate Hospital’s partnership with Oman Air gives passengers on Oman Air’s Muscat to Bangkok service access to the very best available health care and medical services. Whether specific treatment is required, or just an all-round check-up, Piyavate Hospital’s expertise, experience and care are now available at incredible discounts, exclusively to Oman Air’s customers. We look forward to adding further great value and peace of mind to Oman Air’s excellent service.”

Oman Air offers daily flights between Muscat and Bangkok, with connections from Muscat to a range of destinations across the Middle East, Europe, North and East Africa and South and South East Asia.


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