SalamAir, Oman’s rapidly growing airline, has announced a major expansion into the Indian market with the launch of operations to five key destinations: Hyderabad, Calicut, Jaipur, Trivandrum, and Lucknow.
This significant move is set to enhance the connectivity between Oman and India, offering travelers more convenient and diverse travel options.
This strategic expansion has been facilitated by the supportive efforts of the Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) of the Sultanate of Oman and a close collaboration with Oman Air. The CAA’s involvement has been crucial in making this growth possible, representing a significant stride in strengthening Oman’s aviation industry and contributing positively to the national economy.
Dr. Anwar Mohamed Al Rawas, Chairman of SalamAir, expressed his enthusiasm about this new venture. “The support from the Oman Civil Aviation Authority and our partnership with Oman Air have been instrumental in this achievement. We are excited to take this significant step forward in improving travel connectivity and enhancing passenger experiences,” he said. This initiative is in line with the goals of Oman Vision 2040, aiming to establish Oman as a key player in the global aviation landscape and support economic growth and diversification.
The expansion into the Indian market is expected to open up new avenues for travel, providing passengers with a wider range of flight options and enhanced services. SalamAir is committed to delivering exceptional travel experiences and remains dedicated to its mission of expanding its global footprint while maintaining the highest standards of service.
This network expansion is a clear indication of Oman’s commitment to growing its aviation industry and enhancing its presence in the international arena. It’s a move that is expected to not only benefit travelers but also contribute significantly to the economic ties between Oman and India.