Oman Air has launched a seasonal service between Muscat and Tbilisi, Georgia. The carrier will offer two weekly direct flights, on Wednesdays and Sundays, operated with Boeing 737 aircraft.
The agreement on flights between Muscat and Cairo was signed as part of both airlines’ commitment to work toward a strong restart for air travel to overcome the effects of the spread of Covid-19.
Nasser Al Salmi brings more than three decades of hands-on industry know-how to the carrier, including pivotal operational expertise from his most recent role as chief operating officer at Gulf Air.
Oman Air has confirmed the appointment of Madina Al Balushi as country manager for Bahrain, while Najma Al Naamani has been appointed sales manager in Sri Lanka.
The national carrier of the sultanate of Oman will maintain its comprehensive safety program throughout all elements of the travel journey to ensure that guests fly confidently.
Qatar Airways has continued to expand its portfolio of partnerships by signing an expanded codeshare agreement with Oman Air. The deal is designed to boost connectivity for customers.
Oman Air chief executive, Abdulaziz Al Raisi, said achieving these awards from an internationally acclaimed organisation is a tremendous honour.
Oman Air will add twice-weekly services to the Indian cities of Chennai and Hyderabad from November 19th. Flights to and from both cities will be operated on Thursdays and Saturdays.
Flights to and from Islamabad depart and arrive on Sundays and Thursdays, while flights to and from Lahore depart and arrive on Sundays and Fridays.
Oman Air will return to scheduled service on Thursday, with routes to 18 cities in 12 countries. The network will include two flights per week connecting Muscat and Dubai, along with two flights per week connecting the capital and Doha.
Oman Air will return to scheduled service on October 1st, with service to 17 cities in 12 countries. Included in the offering will be two flights per week connecting Muscat and London, Frankfurt and Istanbul.