SalamAir recently announced four new destinations from its base in Muscat, with it planning to add flights to Dhaka in Bangladesh, Kathmandu in Nepal, Khartoum in Sudan and Najaf in Iraq. Services to Khartoum commenced on 17 August, with the Oman-based LCC planning to offer a three times weekly service on the link to Africa. Flights to Dhaka will begin on 28 August, Najaf on 9 September and Kathmandu 11 September respectively.
- SalamAir recently unveiled its next batch of destinations from Muscat (MCT), with the Omani LCC wasting no time in launching the first of the four announced routes. On 17 August the carrier commenced its first service to Africa, beginning a three times weekly service to Khartoum (KRT) in Sudan. The airline will serve the 2,829-kilometre sector using its fleet of A320s, with Flightradar24.com data showing that the airline operated the inaugural flight on a VietJetAir A320 which it has been operating for SalamAir since 4 August. No other airline presently flies between Muscat and Khartoum. With regards to the three other routes recently announced by SalamAir, services from Muscat to Dhaka in Bangladesh will begin on 28 August, while services to Najaf in Iraq and Kathmandu in Nepal will begin on 9 and 11 of September respectively.