AirAsia said in a statement, the agreement will provide RedCargo customers with access to belly space on Oman Air's cargo and freight network including to Africa and Europe.
Oman Air customers will in turn be able to book cargo space on AirAsia's extensive network of more than 5,000 weekly flights across Southeast Asia, including in key Oman Air destinations such as Kuala Lumpur, Bangkok, Manila and Jakarta.
RedCargo logistics chief executive officer Pete Chareonwongsak said, the partnership is a great example of how two airlines can work together to maximise e-commerce growth in the region. "The ability to transport cargo from ASEAN to Africa, the United Kingdom and Europe has never been easier thanks to this partnership. We look forward to working with Oman Air to further grow our respective cargo businesses," he added.
Oman Air commercial cargo senior vice president Mohammed Al Musafir said, with this interline partnership, the group is confident of offering its customers a wider range of choice of destinations in Far East region with an extensive network of flights beyond Oman Air's expanding network.
"We look forward to working closely with RedCargo through this interline partnership," he added.