Transportation of Oman - By Air

Transportation of Oman - By Air Last updated on Wednesday 14th April 2010

The national carrier Oman Air is covering twelve international destination and two domestic destinations with a young fleet of Airbus A310s, B737 and ATRs. Offering the first ever intra-Gulf commuter services. Providing code sharing arrangements with leading international airlines to Zurich, Amman and Dubai. Today, the distinct 'Khanjar' of Oman Air is becoming an increasingly familiar sight at international airports.

Since our inception in 1993, we have been maintaining a very high standard of professionalism. Little wonder, Oman Air has created a niche for itself on all operating routes. The company with its team of dedicated and skilled workforce has earned an enviable reputation in the region.

Oman Air- the designated carrier of Sultanate of Oman is recognized for its strong market presence. Respected for its professional attitude. And recommended for its punctuality and service excellence.

Within the Sultanate, flights to Salalah from Muscat via Oman Aviation cost about OR32 one-way, OR64 return. There is a discount return fare available on weekends (OR48) and there is an extra flight each way on Wednesday and Friday.

Muscat to Sur is OR14 one-way and OR28 return.

Oman Aviation also flies to Khasab in Musandem and to Masirah Island, although tourists stand little chance of getting permission to visit either.

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