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Oman Air Coming to Athens in June 2019

Athens International Airport (AIA).

Athens International Airport (AIA).

Oman Air, the national carrier of the Sultanate of Oman, will fly daily to Athens, Greece, from its hub in Muscat, Oman, as of June 1.

The daily flight to and from Athens will be operated with the new-state-of-the-art Boeing 737 MAX aircraft.

Oman Air Boeing 737 MAX aircraft. Photo © Oman Air

Oman Air Boeing 737 MAX aircraft. Photo © Oman Air

Oman Air flights to Athens, WY 193, will depart Muscat at 14:45 and reach Athens at 19:50. The return flight, WY 194, will depart Athens at 00:20 and arrive in Muscat at 07:35 (+1). The flight duration is approximately five hours.

Fares and flights have been loaded in the GDS and open for sale.

Oman Air offers a wide network of destinations in the Middle East, Indian-Subcontinent, Africa, Europe and the Far-East.

Moreover, in January, Oman Air received level 3 New Distribution Capability (NDC) certification; the highest certification awarded by International Air Transport Association (IATA). NDC enables Oman Air to have better control of the distribution as offers and orders are built in the airline environment.

Last year, the airline added 8 brand new aircraft to its growing fleet and opened three new destinations namely, Istanbul in Turkey, Casablanca in Morocco and Moscow in Russia, as well as resuming operations to Maldives. In 2018, Oman Air was named the Middle East’s Leading Airline, Business Class and Middle East’s Leading Airline, Economy Class at the World Travel Awards.

Goldair is the General Sales Agent (GSA) for Oman Air in Greece.

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