Oman Air changes refund and rebooking policy

You can now defer your travel for up to 18 months with no fees

Oman Air changes refund and rebooking policy

Oman Air has changed its refund and rebooking policy in light of the coronavirus pandemic.

You can now defer your travel dates for up to 18 months with no rebooking or change fees. However, you will still have to pay the additional fare if flights on the new travel dates are more expensive.

You can also change your flight destination.

If you have a refundable ticket, you can make changes to your booking now, or keep the reservations open to rebook at a later date.

Oman Air said in a statement, “Thank you for your ongoing support. We will travel again, and are looking forward to resuming our flights soon.

“Until that day comes, stay well and stay healthy.”

If you booked through the Oman Air website, you can change your booking through the call centre. If you booked with a travel agency, you will need to contact your agent.

The news comes after Oman suspended all inbound and outbound flights last month.

Only flights to Musandam and cargo flights will be allowed to continue to operate.

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