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Oman Air unveils departures to Istanbul, Casablanca, and Moscow for 2018

Oman Air is launching three new routes this year: to Istanbul, Turkey in June, Casablanca, Morocco in July, and Moscow, Russia in October.

While Istanbul and Moscow will be served by Oman Air’s Boeing 737-800, Casablanca will be served by 787-8.

The new flight to Istanbul will launch on June 1st.

Flight WY163 will depart Muscat daily at 20:00, arriving in Istanbul at 00:25.

The return flight WY164 will depart Istanbul each day at 01:25, arriving in Muscat at 07:25.

The flight duration is approximately five hours and 25 minutes.

The new Casablanca flight will start on July 1st and will be the only non-stop service to Casablanca from Oman.

Flight WY171 will depart Muscat four times per week at 01:20, arriving in Casablanca at 07:10.

The return flight WY172 will depart Casablanca at 08:20, arriving in Muscat at 19:15.

The flight duration is approximately eight hours and 50 minutes, though the return flight from Casablanca will be shorter by approximately an hour.

Moscow will be launched during the winter schedule 2018.

The direct flight will be operated daily and will be the only non-stop operation between Oman and Russia.

From trading to sharing information, Oman has strong bilateral relations with Turkey, Morocco and Russia, and the introduction of these new flights will help strengthen relations even further.

The new routes will also enable Oman Air’s guests to explore three of the world’s most exciting cities.

Oman Air is currently undergoing an exciting fleet and network expansion programme, which will see the airline operate up to 62 aircraft to around 60 destinations by 2022.

More Information

Ahead of the launch of a new terminal at Muscat International Airport, Breaking Travel News recently took a closer look at Oman Air.

Take a look at what we discovered, here.

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