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Oman Air extends Ramadan baggage offer due to popular demand

Posted 5 July 2017 · Add Comment

Oman Air has announced its baggage offer introduced for the holy month of Ramadan will now be on-going.

The airline said due to the positive response of the offer, guests travelling in economy class will continue to be able to travel with two bags (with a combined weight of up to 30kg in total) at no extra charge. Guests wanting to travel with more than two pieces of luggage totalling 30kg will be able to purchase an additional piece of up to 20kg for a nominal fee. Guests purchasing the extra baggage online will be eligible for a discount of up to 20%, online purchases are not entitled for refunds.

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