Oman Air Resumes A330 Flights To Moscow

(MENAFN- Bangladesh Monitor)

Dhaka: Oman Air is resuming flight operations to Moscow after a hiatus of two years. The Oman flag carrier will begin flights from Muscat to Moscow's Sheremetyevo airport from October 30.

Tickets are now available for booking. According to reports, the airline will use 289-seat A330-300s, with 24 seats in business and 265 in economy.

The airline will operate four weekly flights, the schedule is as follows: Muscat to Moscow Sheremetyevo: WY183, 14:30-19:55 (block time of 6h 25m); starts October 30 and Moscow Sheremetyevo to Muscat: WY184, 00:20-07:15 (5h 55m); begins October 31, with all times local.

Oman Air served Moscow until September 2020. However, while reports claimed that Oman Air previously flew to Domodedovo, it will now fly to Sheremetyevo – Aeroflot's main hub and a SkyTeam hub – instead.

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