Oman and India agree to fly up to 20,000 passengers every week

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2 October 2020

MUSCAT (WAF)- The Omani Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) announced today that it had reached temporary arrangements with its counterpart in India to operate regular flights between the two countries until the end of November.

CAA said in a statement today that these arrangements will allow the airlines of both countries “to operate regular flights between Muscat International Airport and eleven Indian cities.”

Airlines will be allowed to operate up to two flights on each route every week, and the total number of passengers shall “not exceed 10,000 passengers per week by the carriers of each side,” CAA statement added.