Oman Air Adds 2 New SE Asia Cities

  • Fort Al-Mirani, one of Muscat's most historic sites.

    Fort Al-Mirani, one of Muscat's most historic sites.

  • Aircraft in the carrier's fleet.

    Aircraft in the carrier's fleet.

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Just in time for the holiday travel season, Oman Air is launching two new connections between Southeast Asia and the Omani capital of Muscat. Beginning on December 2, the flag carrier begins flying two round-trips weekly to Manila and adds a third on December 13; and on December 12, it begins flying thrice weekly to Jakarta, adding a fourth flight come January 2. Muscat-bound travelers will have to rise early for the respective 3:50 and 5:05 a.m. departure times, but they can take comfort in the fact that the carrier is deploying its A330s on the routes. Book a ticket in the planes’ award-winning business-class cabins, curl up on a spacious lie-flat leather seat, and come the morning touchdown, arrive rested for your exploration of the ancient Arabian port city.

For more information, visit Oman Air.

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