Oman Air to launch Flights to Kuala Lumpur in May

Travel News Asia Latest Travel News Podcasts Videos Thursday, 15 April 2010

Oman Air, the national carrier of the Sultanate of Oman, is preparing to launch flights to five new destinations in May 2010.

The first destination to kick off the major network expansion is Kuala Lumpur, the colourful capital city of Malaysia, which will be inaugurated on 1 May 2010 with four flights per week between Muscat and Kuala Lumpur.

 With the addition of KL, Oman Air will mark its 33rd destination and the second one in the Far East, the other being Bangkok.

 The other four destinations to be opened in May are Ras Al Khaimah, Al Ain, Islamabad and Lahore.

Peter Hill Oman Airs Chief Executive Officer said, This new destination will be a welcome addition to the ever expanding Oman Air network. Kuala Lumpur has been a much-anticipated destination and Im positive it will be a real winner with our customers, especially from the region and the Sub Continent. This beautiful country, which seamlessly weaves in the true wonders of Asia, is as diverse geographically, as it is culturally. Known to provide the perfect getaway for those who want to have a complete change of scenery, one can have a holiday of their life time by exploring the many splendours of Malaysia. Holidays in Malaysia will introduce Oman Air customers to a fantastic travel and holiday experience.

The new route will be operated by Oman Airs recently introduced Airbus A330 aircraft featuring First, Business and Economy class seating.

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