Oman Air proclaims network growth for 2023 summer time schedule

Continuing its formidable and dynamic technique of fleet and community expansion, Oman Air, the nationwide airline of the Sultanate of Oman, has unveiled its summer time schedule for 2023. Stunning specifies vital frequency increases on current routes, and the addition of four destinations—representing a 60% enhance within the number of flights from its hub in Muscat in comparison with the previous 12 months. This will provide the market with roughly 60,000 more seats weekly throughout its network and supply greater comfort and connectivity for Oman Air guests.
The four additional locations being introduced for the summer season schedule are: four-weekly flights from Muscat to Chittagong (from March end); four-weekly flights from Muscat to Maldives (from June end); twelve-weekly flights from Muscat to Lucknow and five-weekly flights between Muscat and Thiruvananthapuram (from August).
Due to well-liked demand, the new summer schedule will see frequency will increase to the following areas:

The expanded community and schedule for 2023 demonstrates Oman Air’s ongoing efforts to contribute to the economic system of the Sultanate of Oman while additionally exhibiting its drive for increased global reach by way of its award-winning companies and products, together with its signature Omani hospitality both within the air and on the bottom.
Oman Air is the flagship service of the Sultanate of Oman, operating since 1993. It is the country’s solely national service and is a part of the Muscat-based mother or father firm, the Oman Aviation Group. Oman Air has grown from a regional airline to a respected worldwide carrier, with a modern fleet of plane, a network of over 50 destinations and a commitment to providing the best standards of service and security.
Oman Air has been instrumental in transforming Muscat into an necessary traffic hub within the Middle East, serving to to support commercial, industrial, and tourism activities in the area. The airline has a fleet of contemporary, fuel–efficient aircraft with luxurious interiors, and is well–known for its exceptional services and products each within the air and on the bottom, in addition to its signature Omani hospitality. Oman Air has made ongoing investments in new applied sciences, revolutionary products, and enhanced visitor companies, incomes it a quantity of awards and a popularity of excellence. Both Oman Air and Oman Air Holidays have been awarded the Safe Travels stamp from the World Travel and Tourism Council (WTTC) for their adherence to world health and hygiene protocols.
Oman Air‘s fleet consists of a big selection of aircraft, including Airbus A330–200s, Airbus A330–300s, Airbus A320s, Boeing 737–800s, and Boeing 787 Dreamliners.
1993: Oman Air is based
2005: Launches its first international flight to Dubai
2007: Launches its first long-haul flight to London
2010: Launches its first direct flight to the United States
2013: Launches its first direct flight to China
2015: Launches its first direct flight to Australia
2016: Launches its first direct flight to India
2018: Launches its first direct flight to South Africa
2023: 60% capability enhance of scheduled flights

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