Oman Air is currently undergoing a fleet and network expansion programme, which will see the airline operate up to 70 aircraft to around 60 destinations by 2022.
Oman Air has made premium comfort amenities available for all on selected flights in time for Eid Al Adha. The airline is committed to maintaining its award-winning standards and continues to offer an enjoyable onboard experience.
Under the expanded codeshare agreement, passengers can now travel on Oman Air flights from Muscat International Airport and connect to Madrid, Brussels, Vienna and Prague from Lufthansa’s Frankfurt and Munich hubs.
The airline already flies to Cairo in Egypt and Nairobi in Kenya, as well as Zanzibar and Dar Es Salaam in Tanzania, and recently launched its four times weekly service to Casablanca in Morocco.
Oman Air will resume its service between Muscat and Malé in the Maldives. Flights will recommence for the winter season from October 28th and will be operated by the new Boeing 737 aircraft.
Oman Air will commence its new flight from Muscat to the Moroccan city of Casablanca as of July 1st. The national carrier of the sultanate of Oman is looking into further expanding its fleet and destination network as the airline continues to grow its operations out of its hub in Muscat.
Oman Air has announced two new appointments to its UK team. Also today, Oman Air has taken delivery of the third of 30 Boeing 737 Max 8s it has on order.
Oman Air has commenced its new daily flight from Muscat to the Turkish city of Istanbul. The new route will be operated by a Boeing 737-800 with a flight time of five hours and 25 minutes.
With a new base opening at Muscat International Airport, new planes joining the fleet, and new destinations coming to market, it is an exciting time for Oman Air. Here chief commercial officer, Paul Robert Starrs tells Breaking Travel News about the airline and how winning the title of Middle East’s Leading Airline – Business Class and Middle East’s Leading Airline – Economy Class will help it develop further.