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Oman Air continues its support to STF and increases capacity to Salalah

Posted 25 July 2018 · Add Comment

Oman Air has increased its frequency of flights to Salalah, the principal city of the Dhofar region.

 

Starting from 1 July, 2018 until 15 September, 2018, the airline has increased uplift for its summer/autumn schedule, offering an additional 92,874 seats on the Muscat- Salalah route; an increase of 28 frequencies offering 4,222 extra seats per week in each direction. Oman Air is also offering 154 flights, providing 13,106 seats on its Salalah-Dubai route.

The increase in flights highlights Oman Air’s commitment to those living and visiting the Dhofar region during the monsoon season. Known for its lush greenery and tropical showers, the Khareef is much cooler than the rest of the region.

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