Oman Air launches new flight to Paris
The move is part of the Oman's strategy to strengths its presence on the European market and is part of the company's program of major fleet and network expansion, launched in 2014, that aims to increase the aircraft numbers from 30 to 70 by 2020. As a result, Oman Air will be able to launch more new destinations, increase frequencies on established routes and offer more convenient connections at Muscat International Airport.
"Oman Air is delighted to be operating more services between Muscat and Paris than ever before in response to the growing demand from Oman and international markets," Oman Air COO Abdulrahaman Al Busaidy said. "This means that many more air travelers will have the opportunity to experience Oman Air's unique, award-winning onboard service, inflight dining and aircraft interiors. Whether you wish to discover Oman's awe-inspiring natural beauty and warm hospitality or explore the cultural and retail delights of Paris, flying with Oman Air is the perfect introduction."