Oman Air Introduces The New Oman Air Pass

Published on : Thursday, December 1, 2016

press850-300x225To celebrate National Day in Oman, Oman Air the ‘National Carrier of the Sultanate of Oman’ is delighted to announce the introduction of the new Oman Air Pass.

The brand new Oman Air Pass will offer regular travellers between Muscat and Salalah the chance to pre-purchase an online booklet containing eight one-way tickets with discounts of up to 30% off the standard fare for travel in economy. Customers can use the tickets on either Muscat to Salalah or Salalah to Muscat Flights and can be gifted or used by all the family and friends. The tickets must be booked online on 48 hours prior to flight.

On top of this offer, Oman Air is thrilled to announce that users of the Oman Air Pass will also earn 460 Sinbad miles, another way Oman Air is celebrating the 46th National Day.

Oman Air has always been dedicated to facilitating the highest quality of travel between Salalah and Muscat with eleven flights a day on their Boeing 737, Boeing 787 and Airbus 330 aircraft. As recently as June this year Oman Air provided a substantial boost to its services to Salalah with the addition of an extra 23,000 seats to the principal city of Dhofar during the key summer months of the Khareef (monsoon season), when the weather is substantially cooler than the rest of the country and the landscape turns green.

In addition to this, Oman Air has increased capacity between Salalah and Dubai by 42% in 2016 to a record 71,176 seats with six daily flights. These unprecedented increases will see Oman Air offer a total of 317,600 seats to and from Salalah in 2016.


To reflect Oman Air’s continued dedication to serving the Salalah region, the new Oman Air Pass will enable regular travellers between Muscat and Salalah to make significant savings on their travel while continuing to enjoy Oman Air’s award winning in-flight customer service.

Source:- Oman Air

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