In response to the exceptional demand, Oman Air, the Sultanate of Oman’s national airline, has increased flights between Muscat and its Turkish destinations -Istanbul and Trabzon. The airline also added flights to Salalah in Oman’s southern Dhofar Governorate, gradually increasing daily flight frequencies to reach up to 30 flights a day. The additional flights on the sector reflect Salalah’s reputation as a top tourist destination during Khareef (monsoon) season.
The airline also increased frequencies between Muscat and Trabzon from 3 weekly flights to 5 weekly flights, and between Muscat and Istanbul from 7 weekly flights to 8 weekly flights.
Oman Air is renowned for its exceptional award-winning products and services, both in the air and on the ground, and for the signature Omani hospitality accessible to guests on every flight.
The airline will offer its wide-body service, including Boeing 787 Dreamliner and Airbus A330 in addition to Boeing 737 to Salalah and Istanbul and the single-aisle Boeing 737 fleet between Muscat and Trabzon.
Guests can also book a customized Istanbul and Trabzon holiday package through Oman Air Holidays as well choose from an assembled customizable Salalah packages, which allow visitors to see some of the most popular tourist attractions in and around Salalah.
Each package is intended to give visitors a taste of the city’s most popular attractions.