Oman Air to up India services

Oman Air is set to increase flights from Muscat to five destinations in India.

The Gulf carrier will up services to both Bangalore and Kochi from daily to double-daily; to Goa from six-times weekly to daily; and it will operate 11 weekly flights to Lucknow and ten weekly to Jaipur.

No date has been given for the increase in frequencies, but they are likely to come into place in the next few months.

Oman Air said in a statement: “The additional flights will offer a total of 5,131 more seats to the four named destinations, and will be operated using Boeing 737-800 and 737-900 aircraft.”

Paul Gregorowitsch, Oman Air CEO, added: “We are delighted to be offering thousands more air travellers the opportunity to fly between Muscat and four of our key destinations in India.
“We will now offer daily or double-daily flights to all eleven of our destinations in India.”

Oman Air commenced a fifth weekly flight between Muscat and Paris Charles De Gaulle on October 25 (see news, September 23).

omanair.com

Graham Smith


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