Oman Air, the official airline of the Sultanate of Oman, has released its summer schedule for 2023. This is part of the airline’s ambitious and dynamic fleet and network expansion strategy. The schedule stipulates considerable frequency increases on existing routes and the addition of four destinations, representing a 60% increase in flights from its hub in Muscat compared to the previous year. This will give about 60,000 additional seats per week across Oman Air’s network and enhance the convenience and connectivity for its passengers.
The four new summer destinations include four-weekly flights from Muscat to Chittagong (beginning at the end of March), four-weekly flights from Muscat to Maldives (beginning at the end of June), twelve-weekly flights from Muscat to Lucknow, and five-weekly flights between Muscat and Thiruvananthapuram (from August).
Owing to popular demand, the new summer schedule will see frequency increases to the following regions:
Far East: Daily wide-body flights to Phuket (starting at the end of March) and ten-weekly flights to Kuala Lumpur (from June)
Indian Sub-Continent: Twice-daily (wide-body aircraft) flights to Mumbai, Chennai, Cochin, Kozhikode, and Hyderabad and a daily (wide-body aircraft) flights to Dhaka (all beginning from March end)
Europe: From March, a daily flights to Moscow using wide-body aircrafts, six-weekly flights to Paris, a daily flights to Trabzon. Additionally, twice-daily flights to Istanbul from June.
GCC: From June, twice-daily flights to Kuwait and from July five-daily flights to Salalah.
The expanded network and schedule for 2023 demonstrates Oman Air’s ongoing efforts to contribute to the Sultanate of Oman’s economy, as well as its desire to increase its global reach through its award-winning services and products, as well as its signature Omani hospitality on the ground and in the air.