SpiceJet announces “bubble” flights to Muscat

The Indian airline has now resumed flights between Muscat, Delhi and Ahmedabad

SpiceJet announces “bubble” flights to Muscat

Indian low-cost airline SpiceJet has resumed non-stop flights to Muscat under an “air bubble agreement” with Oman.

Flights are now operating between from Delhi and Ahmedabad twice a week with flights from Delhi to Muscat scheduled at 10.30pm (Indian time) and flights from Ahmedabad to Muscat departing at 10.15pm (Indian time).

Flights from Muscat are operating at 1.35am to Delhi and at 12.15am to Ahmedabad.

Bookings are now open via SpiceJet's website and mobile app, as well as online travel portals and travel agents.

The current “bubble” agreement between Oman and India means that select airlines can operate flights between the two countries and can carry certain specified categories of passengers including Indian nationals with Omani residency, Indians stranded in Oman, Omani nationals and those with an Omani passport, diplomats and people with a valid visa issued by an Indian Mission in any category.

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