While Istanbul and Moscow will be served by Oman Air’s Boeing B737-800, Casablanca will be served by a Boeing B787-8. From trading to sharing information, Oman has strong bilateral relations with Turkey, Morocco and Russia, and the new flights will help strengthen relations even further. The new routes will also enable Oman Air’s passengers to explore three new destinations.
In addition, Oman Air is currently undergoing a fleet and network expansion programme, which will see the airline operate up to 62 aircraft to around 60 destinations by 2022. The airline aims to constantly improving its services, whilst undergoing its dynamic fleet and network expansion.