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Oman Air releases additional flights to Duqm

Posted 20 November 2017 · Add Comment

Oman Air has increased its frequency from Muscat to the port town of Duqm in central-eastern Oman in response to growing demand

Flights have increased in the winter schedule which came into effect on 29th October. Oman Air now operates six flights a week on its 737-800 aircraft, instead of the five that it operated during the summer.

 

Duqm is an industrial port town of great commercial importance, which has experienced vast development since 2008. As a Special Economic Zone, it attracts investors from around the world.

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