According to the airline, its aim is to provide guests with better choice and flexibility to create their personal journey, while bringing Oman and the Middle East closer to Eastern Europe.
Additionally, the relaxed visa procedures for both destinations allows guests travelling from Oman to receive their visa-on-arrival.
“It is the perfect time for SalamAir to fly to Tbilisi and Baku. The Eid holiday is a time for celebration and during this period there is generally a surge in travel to the Caucasia region,” outlined Mohamed Ahmed, CEO, SalamAir. “There is great potential for these two new destinations and we are confident that guests will be able to enjoy the sights and sounds of Tbilisi and Baku.”
SalamAir’s flights will also provide travellers from Baku and Tbilisi with their first direct connection to Oman.