Oman Air flies to 5 Indian cities
From December 1, 2015, Oman Air, the national carrier of the Sultanate of Oman, will increase its frequencies to some key destinations in India.
In a major move, Oman Air will double its connectivity from Muscat to Bengaluru and Kochi and will operate 11 flights to Lucknow and 10 flights to Jaipur, weekly. Adding frequency to Goa, Oman Air will now fly daily from Muscat as compared to six flights per week.
With the increase in the number of flights, Oman Air will now offer more than 5,000 additional seats to these key Indian sectors and will operate Boeing 737-800 and 737-900 aircraft. Once the uplift in frequencies has been introduced, Oman Air will operate a total of 126 flights per week between Muscat and its destinations in India.
Oman Air flies to 19 destinations in the Indian Subcontinent (ISC) that includes India, Pakistan, Bangladesh, Nepal, Sri Lanka, and the Maldives, out of which 11 destinations in India.
Sunil V.A., Senior Manager Sales, ISC, Oman Air, said, “The demand for travel from Muscat to key destinations in India has been consistently on the rise. With daily or double daily flights to all our eleven destinations in India, we are delighted to be offering many more air travellers the opportunity to fly with us and strengthen our presence in the Indian market.
“Our new flights to Bangalore, Kochi, Goa, Lucknow and Jaipur will offer improved connectivity and convenience for both leisure and business travellers. This move not only supports the growth of tourism in Oman and India, but will also help to promote vital trade partnerships between the two countries. We are confident that our additional flights will be greeted with enthusiasm by both our frequent flyers and those who are new to Oman Air.