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Oman Air supports Oman Ministry of Tourism ahead of Moscow route launch

Posted 24 September 2018 · Add Comment

Oman Air lent its support to the Oman Ministry of Tourism as it hosted a special Omani themed workshop aimed at promoting the Sultanate’s tourism stakeholders, to celebrate the upcoming Moscow service in October.

 

The event provided an opportunity to introduce Oman Air to the Russian market as well as showcase the unique hospitality and culture of Oman.

Over 200 highly regarded tour operators attended the event, with delegates from Oman Air. In addition to Oman Air, Oman Ministry of Tourism was joined by key hotel partners including Anantara, Kempinski, Shangri-La, and Crowne Plaza Muscat.

The new daily service to Moscow Domodedovo Airport will be operated by a Boeing 737 MAX 8 with an estimated flight time of 5 hours and 55 minutes, offering 12 seats in Business Class and 150 in Economy. Flight WY181 will depart Muscat daily at 14.55, arriving to Moscow at 19.55 local time. And the return flight WY182 will depart Moscow at 00.20, arriving into the award-winning new passenger terminal at Muscat International Airport, at 06.55.

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