Oman Air Launches Second Daily Service to London Heathrow


Oman Air is set to launch a second service between Muscat and London Heathrow from Tuesday 12th April 2016. The new service will complement Oman Air’s existing daily, one-stop service from Pakistan.

The service is being launched in response to overwhelming demand from air travelers for flights to and from London.

Paul Gregorowitsch, Chief Executive Officer, Oman Air, announced the new service, saying:
“We are delighted to be launching a second daily frequency to London. Our customers have expressed a strong desire for a second frequency into London and we are very pleased to be meeting that demand with this new service.”

The Muscat to London route is operated with Airbus A330-300s, each of which offers outstanding onboard comfort and amenity. Spacious, fully lie-flat seats – each with direct aisle access – are offered in both First Class and Business Class, whilst comfortable, fully adjustable seats are fitted in a 2-4-2 configuration in Economy Class. Mobile phone and WiFi connectivity – pioneered by Oman Air in 2010 on the Muscat-London route – is available throughout each aircraft. In addition, a la carte cuisine is offered in every class, with First Class dining on the Muscat-London service being singled out for praise in the Reader’s Choice category of Saveur magazine’s Culinary Travel Awards 2014.

About Oman Air:

Oman Air, the flagship company of the Sultanate of Oman’s Civil Aviation sector, commenced operations in 1993. Today, Oman Air operates flights to 43 major cities worldwide from their hub Muscat, with 10 weekly flights from Karachi and daily flights from Lahore & Islamabad.

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