Oman Air to Resume International Flights on October 1
After several months of closure, Oman Air will resume international flights on 1st October to sixteen cities in twelve countries.
This is the national carrier of Oman. It will connect Muscat with London, Dubai, Kochi, Doha, Cairo, Mumbai, Dar Es Salaam, Zanzibar, Manila, Islamabad and Lahore.
More destinations are expected to be added soon. This comes after multiple countries in different continents have decided to restart their air transportation services.
The Air transport system was badly hit by the Corona-virus pandemic. It is expected to recover, although it will take time. Flights to India will depend on the schedule of reopening their skies.
Oman has put it clear that they will maintain their comprehensive safety program throughout all the travel journeys to make sure passengers fly comfortably and safely.
Face masks are a must for anyone on board. Social distancing should be maintained, and all cabin crew members will put on a full set of personal protective equipment. All planes will be disinfected after every flight and at the end of the day.
All those who are planning to fly out or to Oman with Oman Air should contact the airline via their website. Make a booking in time because high demand is expected.