Friday, 16 Apr 2021
Increasing connectivity between Oman and the Indian subcontinent, SalamAir, the Sultanate’s first budget airline, has launched non-stop flights to Dhaka, Bangladesh.

SalamAir launches direct flights to Dhaka

The new service is the airline’s fourth location in the subcontinent, which consists of Karachi, Multan and Sialkot. Return tickets to Dhaka are now obtainable at particular promotional fares.

Captain Mohamed Ahmed, CEO of SalamAir mentioned, “The new Dhaka route is another milestone in our regional expansion plans. We are responding to strong demand facilitated by the large volume of Bangladeshi travelers to Oman and other GCC countries. We will continue expanding our network and connect Oman with direct flights to key new destinations, offering our guests exciting travel possibilities with competitive market rates. Above all, whether travelling for leisure, business or returning home, our guests will enjoy a flexible rewarding itinerary.”

According to the newest statistics issued by the National Centre for Statistics and Information, the quantity of Bangladeshis functioning in the Sultanate is close to 700,000, creating them the biggest expatriate neighborhood in Oman. Catering to their requirements, SalamAir will operate 4 direct weekly flights on Monday, Wednesday, Friday, and Sunday to Dhaka.

Today, the SalamAir network consists of 13 destinations which includes Muscat, Salalah, Suhar, Dubai, Doha, Jeddah, Karachi, Multan, Sialkot, Shiraz, as effectively as newly introduced Tbilisi, Baku and Dhaka. SalamAir not too long ago signed throughout the Farnborough International Airshow for six further Airbus A320neo aircraft. All routes supply a selection of fare alternatives. A expense-conscious menu of further solutions is also obtainable to guests, which consists of added luggage allowance, seat and meal selections. Guests can begin organizing their subsequent vacation and book their tickets on

Information Source: Muscat Daily

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