The first flight from the Sultanate of Oman to Russia after the pandemic

The first flight after the pandemic took off from Oman’s capital Muscat today, Friday, to Moscow, where it is planned to fly in tonight and return tourists to the Sultanate from Russia.

Oman Air will organize 3 flights a week to the capital’s Sheremetyevo Airport, with flights on Wednesdays, Fridays and Sundays.

The additional flight is scheduled to launch on Monday starting December 26, 2022, and flights will be operated by Airbus A330-300 aircraft.

The model is designed for 230 seats, including 240 economy class seats and 26 business class seats.

The flight schedule provides that flights depart from Moscow airport late in the evening and arrive in Muscat early the next morning, provided that they depart from the capital of Oman during the day and arrive at Sheremetyevo airport in the evening.

The average ticket price is 1000 euros for a full trip (one way).

Source: News

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