Oman Air suspends flights to several destinations including Dubai and Istanbul

The suspensions have been made in light of new travel restrictions due to the coronavirus (COVID-19)

Oman Air suspends flights to several destinations including Dubai and Istanbul

Oman Air has suspended flights to several destinations due to travel restrictions put in place to prevent the spread of the coronavirus (COVID-19).

The Sultanate’s national carrier will not fly between Muscat and Istanbul in Turkey from March 25 until March 31.

Oman Air has also suspended flights to Dubai between March 26 and April 8 after the United Arab Emirates announced it would be suspending all flights in and out of the country.

The full list of suspensions is as follows:
Nairobi, Kenya - March 25-March 31
Dubai, UAE - March 26-April 8
Istanbul, Turkey - March 25-March 31
Kathmandu, Nepal - March 23-March 31
Islamabad, Lahore and Karachi in Pakistan - March 22-April 4
All Indian airports - March 22-March 28
Egypt - March 19 until further notice
Kuwait - March 14 until further notice
Saudi Arabia - March 12 until further notice

If you have booked a ticket for an affected flight, you should call the Oman Air call centre on (+968) 2453 1111.

You can also contact Oman Air representatives in your own country if you are living abroad.

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