Monday, January 7, 2013

Oman Air All Set to Increase Flights Services to India

Sultanate of Oman’s national carrier, Oman Air has announced to enhance its flights frequency on the route connecting Oman and India from 2013. The airline will now offer tickets on two new daily flights instead of one daily service on the Delhi and Chennai routes in India. Starting January 1, 2013, Oman Air has increased its flight frequency to Chennai by four services and Delhi by one service.

This move by the airline is expected to increase the number of tickets offered by airlines from India and Oman to 16,016 tickets per seat per week, up from the previous 11,550 tickets per seat weekly. The increased number of seats is sure to spell even more flexibility to grab cheap deals on travelling between the two countries.

The airline will offer tickets on six more flights arriving in India’s capital, Delhi from February 1, 2013. For Chennai, the airline will offer tickets on three more flights from February 1, 2013. The extra service from January 1 for Chennai will be operated on Tuesday, Wednesday, Saturday and Sunday, while the additional flight arriving in India’s capital, Delhi will be operated on Sunday. But, from February 1 2013, the carrier will start operating double daily services from Muscat to Chennai and Muscat to Delhi all seven days a week.

The airline is offering tickets for over 14 weekly flights arriving in India at Delhi, Mumbai, Hyderabad and Chennai, and 7 flights to Bangalore, Calicut, Jaipur, Kochi, Thiruvananthapuram and Lucknow in India, in addition to six weekly flights arriving in India’s premier beachside destination, Goa.

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