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SalamAir revises launch plans

Posted 30 December 2016 · Add Comment

Oman's SalamAir has revised its launch plans with scheduled commercial passenger flights now slated to begin on Monday, January 30, 2017, reports ch-aviation.

Previous plans had called for the start-up LCC to complete its AOC and begin flights in mid/late December.

SalamAir said in a statement that its initial route will be Muscat-Salalah with international flights to Dubai International to follow on February 15, 2017. Future destinations are expected to cover the Gulf, East Africa, and the Indian subcontinent.

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