By browsing on our website, you are agreeing to our cookies policy.

On December 09, Oman Air launched its inaugural flight to Guangzhou, China, with four weekly services.

On December 9, Oman Air initiated flights from Muscat International Airport to Guangzhou, continuing its network expansion programme, first unveiled in 2014.

Recently Inaugurated by H.E. Darwish Bin Ismail Al Balushi, chairman, Oman Air, was Oman Air Flight Training Center (OAFTC).

Oman Air is now flying between Muscat and the Iraqi city of Najaf four times a week.

In response to the growing demand, Oman Air is increasing operations on its Muscat – Paris route with the addition of two extra weekly flights.

Oman Air has appointed Goldair as its general sales agent (GSA) in the Greek market.

Oman Air’s latest Airbus 330 to benefit from a comprehensive retrofit has landed at Muscat International Airport.

“Oman Air [was] delighted to accept these prestigious awards [at the World Travel Awards] in recognition of the high quality of our business class and economy class services.

Oman Air expanded capacity to the Southern Omani city of Dhofar, by adding an extra 23,000 seats this summer. The development translates into a total of 317,600 new passengers to and from Salalah with