Oman Air Increases Frequency and Adds 4 New Destinations
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Oman Air, the national carrier of the Sultanate of Oman, has unveiled its summer schedule for 2023, continuing its ambitious and dynamic fleet and network growth strategy.
The number of flights departing from its hub in Muscat has increased by 60% from the previous year. The schedule indicates considerable frequency increases on current routes and the addition of four new destinations.
Oman Air passengers will benefit from increased accessibility and convenience and an increase of over 60,000 available seats each week throughout its network.
Four new destinations will be added to the summer schedule: four weekly flights to Chittagong (beginning in March), four weekly flights from Muscat to Maldives (starting in June), twelve weekly flights from Muscat to Lucknow, and five weekly flights between Muscat and Trivandrum (from August),
Owing to popular demand, the following regions will see increased frequency in the new summer schedule:
|Far East||India Sub-Continent||Europe||GCC|
|Daily Flights to Phuket from the end of March||Double daily to Mumbai from the end of March||Daily flights to Moscow||Double daily flights to Kuwait from June|
|Ten weekly flights to Kuala Lumpur from June||Double daily to Chennai from the end of March||Six flights weekly to Paris||Five daily flights to Salalah from July|
|Double daily to Cochin from the end of March||Daily flights to Trabzon|
|Double daily to Kozhikode from the end of March||Double daily flights to Istanbul from June|
|Double daily to Hyderabad|
|Double daily to Dhaka|
Oman Air is making a continued effort to contribute to the economy of the Sultanate of Oman. In addition, the airline is exhibiting its drive for increased global reach through its award-winning services and products and its signature Omani hospitality in the air and on the ground.
The expanded network and schedule for 2023 demonstrate this effort.
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