Continuing its ambitious and dynamic strategy of fleet and network expansion, Oman Air, the national airline of the Sultanate of Oman, has unveiled its summer schedule for 2023. The schedule specifies significant frequency increases on existing routes, and the addition of four destinations—representing a 60% increase in the number of flights from its hub in Muscat compared to the previous year. This will provide the market with approximately 60,000 more seats weekly across its network and provide greater convenience and connectivity for Oman Air guests.
The four additional destinations being introduced for the summer schedule are: four-weekly flights from Muscat to Chittagong (from March end); four-weekly flights from Muscat to Maldives (from June end); twelve-weekly flights from Muscat to Lucknow and five-weekly flights between Muscat and Thiruvananthapuram (from August).
Due to popular demand, the new summer schedule will see frequency increases to the following regions:
|Far East||Indian Sub-Continent||Europe||GCC|
|Daily flights to Phuket (from March end, wide- body)||Double-daily flights to Mumbai (from March end, wide-body)||Daily flights to Moscow (from March end, wide- body)||Double-daily flights to Kuwait (from June)|
|Ten-weekly flights to Kuala Lumpur (from June)||Double-daily flights to Chennai (from March end)||Six-weekly flights to Paris (from March end)||Five-daily flights to Salalah (from July)|
|Double-daily flights to Cochin (from March end)||Daily flights to Trabzon (from March end)|
|Double-daily flights to Kozhikode (from March end)||Double-daily flights to Istanbul (from June)|
|Double-daily flights to Hyderabad (from March end)|
|Daily flights to Dhaka (from March end, wide- body)|
The expanded network and schedule for 2023 demonstrates Oman Air’s ongoing efforts to contribute to the economy of the Sultanate of Oman while also exhibiting its drive for increased global reach through its award- wining services and products, along with its signature Omani hospitality both in the air and on the ground.