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Oman Air to offer B787 flights between Muscat and Salala

Posted 22 July 2021 · Add Comment

Oman Air will offer its First Class Suites on B787 Dreamliner flights between Muscat and Salalah for the popular Khareef season.

 

Image of  Boeing 787 Dreamliner courtesy of Oman Air

In addition to its award-winning Economy and Business Class cabins, the airline will introduce the First Class Suites until 31 July 2021, offering three distinct cabin classes on the route.

 

The Muscat flight (WY 907) will depart at 14:55 and arrive in Salalah at 16:30. The Salalah flight (WY 908) will depart at 17:45 and arrive in Muscat at 19:25.

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