Air Arabia Abu Dhabi announces twice-weekly flights to Muscat

The low-cost airline is now connected to Oman

Air Arabia Abu Dhabi announces twice-weekly flights to Muscat

Low-cost airline Air Arabia Abu Dhabi has announced new flights between the UAE and Oman.

Operating twice a week, flights will connect the UAE capital Abu Dhabi with the Omani capital, Muscat.

Flights will depart Abu Dhabi on Mondays and Fridays at 6.40am and will take just over one hour.

Returning flights will leave Muscat and arrive in the UAE on Mondays and Fridays at 9.30am.

Flights are already on sale.

Air Arabia Abu Dhabi announced in October that the airline would provide free global COVID-19 cover for all passengers on flights from Sharjah and Abu Dhabi.

The low-cost airline began flights from the UAE in July this year to destinations around the world.

The UAE recently announced that citizens of the Sultanate of Oman will be able to enter the UAE without prior approval with a negative PCR test result from the past 48 hours.

Planning a visit to Muscat? Here’s everything you need to know about to travelling to and from Oman.

Returning to the UAE? Here’s everything you need to know about arriving in Abu Dhabi and Dubai.

Here are all the countries that have reopened their international borders to tourists around the world.

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