Other destinations that the airline is thinking about flying to this year consist of Baku in Azerbaijan, Tbilisi in Georgia, Dhaka in Bangladesh and Kathmandu in Nepal, as nicely as Kuwait and Riyadh.
“In response to our guests’ demand, we are adding a seventh flight to our Muscat-Doha route starting this Saturday (March 3). Book your trip now and explore beautiful Doha,” the airline stated.
Meanwhile, the low-expense airline launched its flight to the Iranian city of Shiraz on February 28 from Muscat International Airport.
Dr Anwar bin Mohammed al Rowas, deputy chairman of SalamAir, mentioned that the airline is conscious of the significance of tourist and well being destinations, such as Shiraz, noting that the Iranian city is renowned for its healthcare tourism, particularly in the field of ophthalmology.
Capt Mohammad Ahmed, CEO, SalamAir mentioned that the inauguration of the Muscat-Shiraz-Muscat route is a new addition to the airline’s response to customers’ requests, as it is regarded as a healthcare and tourist location, as nicely as the presence of an Iranian neighborhood from Shiraz in Muscat.
He mentioned that SalamAir is preparing other destinations in Iran, namely Tehran and Mashhad.
He added that SalamAir will launch new destinations this year, adding that they will be Baku in Azerbaijan, Tbilisi in Georgia, Dhaka in Bangladesh and Kathmandu in Nepal, as nicely as some of the new Gulf destinations, such as Kuwait and Riyadh.
He added there will be a direct flight from Salalah to Jeddah and in the coming month of Ramadan there will be a direct flight from Salalah to Taif and Muscat to Taif.
With regard to the expansion of SalamAir fleet, he mentioned that a deal will quickly be signed to lease two further aircraft this year to add to the 3 aircraft operated by SalamAir.
SalamAir will fly two weekly flights to Shiraz on Sunday and Wednesday. With the addition of Shiraz as a new location, SalamAir has expanded to consist of nine destinations, namely Muscat, Salalah, Sohar, Dubai, Doha, Jeddah, Karachi, Sialkot and Multan.
Information Source: Muscat Daily