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Pegasus Airlines adds Muscat to its network

Posted 4 July 2018 · Add Comment

Pegasus Airlines is adding Oman’s capital Muscat to its flight network, opening up new market in the Arabian Gulf to business and leisure travellers.

 

The first flight launching on 3rd July 2018 with three times weekly to Muscat operating B737 and A320 .

Flights will operate on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays from Istanbul Sabih Gokçen to Muscat; with flights from Muscat available on Wednesdays, Fridays and Sundays. However, from 15th July 2018, the frequency from Istanbul to Muscat will be increased to four times weekly. 

Oman Airports has total of 32 airlines operating to more than 67 destinations covering Asia, Europe, Middle East, Africa, Indian subcontinent and Far East.

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