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Oman Air suspends flights to Pakistan and Bangladesh, decreases India connections


Oman Air Increases Capacity While Cancelling Flights to Other Indian Cities.

Proximity and large South Asian communities keep skies busy between the Gulf and the Subcontinent.

SalamAir temporarily suspended services to Hyderabad, Calicut, Jaipur, Trivandrum, and Lucknow. However, the popular routes returned to the schedule in November 2023, offering renewed travel options for passengers.

Air travel between the Gulf and South Asia soars high, buoyed by geography, diasporas, and Oman Air’s strategic seasonal additions.

Oman Air adds summer sun in Trabzon and winter escapes to Zurich and Malé to its schedule.

Oman Air’s summer schedule optimization prioritizes both Omani travelers and seamless international connections, offering prime timings and maximized connection windows for everyone.

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