Tickets can now be booked on www.SalamAir.com, stated a press release. “Despite its increasing popularity as a medical and tourism destination, Shiraz has remained an under-served route for years with no direct flights from Muscat,” stated Capt Mohamed Ahmed, CEO of SalamAir.
“In response to public demand, we have made it a priority in our 2018 plans and are confident that our guests will enjoy our affordable prices and convenient timings.”
Since its launch, SalamAir has kept a close eye on the industry, analysing demands and identifying emerging trends that have permitted it to stay competitive in the existing financial climate.
This method will see the airline launch two other destinations inside the Islamic Republic, namely Tehran and Mashhad, as nicely as routes in Asia. These ambitious plans will be supported by the addition of 3 aircraft to the SalamAir fleet in 2018.
Capt Ahmed added, “2017 was a milestone year for us as it marked our beginning in the aviation sector. Today, our home-grown airline has connected over half a million passengers to more than eight destinations and we are looking forward to continue building on our success. The support of our guests has played a pivotal role in our journey. From our side we will continue to provide alternative options to our customers by listening closely to their needs.”
SalamAir will be operating flights to Iran’s third biggest city each and every Sunday and Wednesday departing from Muscat at 12.50pm and arriving in Shiraz International Airport at 1.50pm.
Information Source: Muscat Daily