SalamAir connects Prague with Oman
Prague Airport for SalamAir launch to Oman
During this winter season, SalamAir will connect Prague Airport with Oman twice-weekly. The airline will operate between Prague and both Muscat and Salalah, using the A321neo.
“The connection from the Czech Republic to Salalah in Oman certainly has strong tourist potential,” said Jaroslav Filip, Aviation Business Director, Prague Airport. “Moreover, in the case of the direct Muscat route, we can see additional business potential and the possibility of transfers to flights to more remote destinations in the Middle East and Asia. We have estimated that SalamAir could transport up to nine thousand passengers in one direction between Oman and the Czech Republic during the winter operational season. Until now, destinations in Oman have been served from Prague mainly by seasonal charter flights.”
The carrier will fly from Prague to Muscat every Wednesday, and to Salalah every Friday.
“We consider the start of operations of flights from Prague to Muscat and Salalah flights by our airline an important milestone,” said Captain Mohamed Ahmed, CEO SalamAir. “The new connection creates an excellent opportunity for the citizens of the Czech Republic to explore Oman and visit incredible destinations. Oman’s capital Muscat is a city of extraordinary beauty, an oasis of history and culture surrounded by sea, mountains, and desert. Muscat is a vital hub for commerce, economic and trade activities, and is considered the economic and administrative centre of Oman. We look forward to welcoming tourists from Prague to picturesque Salalah. SalamAir is committed to opening every possible door to different markets, enabling travel, trade, and business, while creating demand for new travellers looking to explore and experience unforgettable holidays.”
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