Oman Air has returned to scheduled service in Pakistan, offering flights from Muscat to the cities of Islamabad and Lahore.
Oman Air, the national carrier of the Sultanate of Oman, returned to scheduled flights on October 1 with service to 18 cities in 12 countries including two flights per week to Pakistan connecting Muscat with the cities of Islamabad and Lahore.
Flights to and from Islamabad depart and arrive on Sundays and Thursdays. Flights to and from Lahore depart and arrive on Sundays and Fridays.
Masks are required when guests are onboard and in Oman’s airports. Distancing is maintained while passengers board and exit the aircraft, which are carefully disinfected after each flight and at the end of every day.
Cabin crew all wear a full set of personal protective equipment, meal service has been modified to further ensure safety and a number of other steps have been taken to ensure that the airline’s passengers and crew are safe at all times.
Passengers who are planning to travel to Muscat should visit the Civil Aviation Authority website to ensure they are prepared to comply with requirements to enter the Sultanate, an airline statement said.
Passengers departing from Oman should also ensure that they are aware of all pre-departure requirements and requirements during their flights, which are provided at omanair.com.
The passengers travelling to Pakistan should ensure that they are aware of official requirements to enter the country.
At the same time, Oman’s national carrier is providing its passengers with complimentary Covid-19 coverage which will cover expenses incurred by medical treatment or quarantine related to the virus.
The coverage, which is effective for travel until March next year, is provided to all guests who book their flights. The free coverage, for passengers of all ages, is part of the airline’s expansive efforts to ensure that its passengers are safe at all times and fly confidently.