Oman Air announced on Twitter that it would be operating a flight to Muscat from Heathrow’s Terminal 2 on Monday, May 18. In a statement, the Gulf carrier said that the flight would be open to Oman nationals only, and that social distancing rules would apply.
On April 16, Heathrow airport announced it would begin to temporarily close down Terminals 3 and 4, with all remaining flights operating from either Terminal 2 or 5.
Gulf carriers began the process of moving their operations, with Gulf Air, Emirates and Qatar Airways all moving to Terminal 2 as part of the airport’s ongoing consolidation.
On March 29, Oman Airways announced that it had suspended all passenger flights temporarily, with the exception of domestic flights to and from Musandam.
Flights from Heathrow to Muscat appear to be sold out from May 18-23, after which they are unavailable until June 1, when tickets are available from £763.45 for a single trip.