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anna.aero recently had the opportunity to interview Samer Ahmed Al Nabhani, CCO, Oman Airports Management Company to discuss the recent developments taking place within the company.
SalamAir launches three times weekly services to Abu Dhabi from Salalah.
A total of 12 new routes were launched by 10 airlines, including TAP Air Portugal adding San Francisco and Washington Dulles to its network.
Bahrain-based Gulf Air launched two new routes including Malaga and Salalah from Bahrain.
Oman Air traffic grows 21% in 2016; 32% of traffic connecting on 50-destination network from Muscat; 11 more destinations by 2023
In 2016 Oman Air welcomed 7.7 million passengers, with the airline recording an average load factor of 74%, up from 71% in 2015. We take a closer look at how the Omani national carrier has phenomenally grown in recent years, what destinations have been added, and what it will achieve in 2017.
SalamAir improves its network from Oman’s second busiest airport.
Oman Air adds Kozhikode services from Salalah and Nairobi from Muscat.
Vote for the best Cake of the Week Part I – choose the winner from the 26 baked beauties from the start of S17
The rules in the Cake of the Week Public Vote Part I are very strict: you have to get as many votes as you can to win! How you get these votes is of little concern to us, as long as it is legal (or you don’t get caught). Get everyone in your airport/airline to […]
SalamAir breaks the ‘Omani code’ and becomes the Middle Eastern nation’s first LCC; adds Salalah and Dubai first with Jeddah to follow
SalamAir is Oman’s first LCC, and it began operations at the end of January with a three times daily connection between its Muscat hub and Salalah on the East Coast of Oman. This week it launched its second destination – Dubai – while Jeddah is speculated to be the carrier’s third. We take a closer look into […]
SalamAir begins operations with domestic service between Salalah and Muscat.
Situated south of the United Arab Emirates, holding a strategically important position at the mouth of the Persian Gulf, Oman is served by four commercial airports providing scheduled airline services in 2014. With the country’s main gateway at Muscat commanding 91% of weekly seat capacity in Oman, anna.aero investigates the airlines operating in this dynamic […]
Qatar Airways increases its presence in Oman with new service from Doha Airport to Salalah Airport.