|Top route||Muscat Seeb to Salalah|
|Top airport||Muscat Seeb|
Reduced cost for children to lounge Children’s area in airport Non spicy snacks Option of children’s meals Good films More children’s games and 2 player games Ran out of vegetarian meals
Omar airways mishandled my baggage, it took me 2 weeks to get my baggage back. It's been delivered to someone else.
Breakfast menu must be improved along With orange juice
Pros: It's okay but they doesn't have good service about the luggage I'm coming from overseas I have two luggage and they charged me for one luggage to charge me.
Pros: Everything was good
Pros: Business class seat was very comfortable, crew very friendly
Pros: Every think was a range and serve nicely
Cons: Arriving time
Pros: You get out to change flight and you go back to the same plane
Cons: No English subtitles on TV or movies
Pros: Nothing to like, seats are cramped and worn out.
Cons: No subtitles or closed captioning on movies or TV programs
Pros: I didn’t
Cons: I was a business class passenger and the flight might as well have been economy, with the exception of the food. There was no personal entertainment, the seat foot rest did not work — it was an old plane — the seats recline all the back to the lap of the person behind you — so when the guy in front of me was done eating he proceeded to lay back — however I wasn’t done eating — and it knocked over my glass of sparkling water —- typically even if a passenger is still eating there is still room for the person to lay back — I had to push the persons seat quickly before my whole tray was wrecked.
Cons: The flight to Muscat was great — the flight from Muscat to Bangalore sucked!
Pros: Everything was smooth. Crew always smiling and helpful.
Cons: Asked for water 2 x with none ever brought
Pros: The seats were comfortable and spacious
Cons: The flight attendants did not keep the children and their seats they let them run around as we taxied the airport until one fell and had their head. Then they would not insist on them to stay in in their seats even on take off.
Pros: Crew quiet experienced and courteous.
Cons: Legroom would good
Pros: Boarding on time
Cons: No healthy food options
Pros: That it was a direct flight
Cons: Turn on A/C of plane upon boarding (it is the only airline where the A/C is turned on after the aircraft detaches from gate, even budget airlines in have A/C on when boarding) Improve entertainment (more movies / better selection up to date) Increase seating space Improve food options and quality
Pros: Quick boarding.
Cons: Rough landing in Bah.
Pros: Good flight and really comfortable. Rate 5 star
Cons: Very satisfied on my travel from London to Muscat
Pros: Crew good and friendly
Cons: Very old fleet from Muscat to Kuala Lumpur. The entertainment very limited compared to Emirate Airlines
Cons: Air craft very small was full with passengers ac was not good before takeoff. No baggage arrived to lahore i am really depressed due to baggage .please help to find baggae
Cons: Hi flight Manchester to Muscat was good . Air craft Muscat to lahore was too old and very small . The main thing happed no baggage arrived they have lost it or will arrive after 2 / 3 days ... please help to find out my baggage.
Pros: Seat were amazing ,plane was clean
Cons: Train your staff to be more polite and smiley
Cons: The connection time between these two flights that you sell as a package is not enough. It is a 30 Min journey to do in a 45 min transfer, and the gate closes 30 mins before departure. Then if you’re first plane is delayed even by ten minutes (as mine was) you are more unable to catch your flight
Pros: Efficient boarding
Cons: Headphones provided for the entertainment screen
Cons: Back to back delayed flights, no entertainment, no food or drinks, slow luggage delivery, etc
Cons: Take care of hygiene & control work under pressure.
Pros: Nice clean plane
Cons: Snacks would have been better than a cheese sandwich
On board Oman Air flights, cabin baggage should not exceed 115cm. If your hand luggage is bigger, the Oman Air assistance team will most likely ask you to pay extra for checked luggage.
Oman Air offers direct flights to 48 cities in 26 different countries. Salalah, Muscat, and New Delhi are the most popular cities covered by Oman Air.
Oman Air concentrates most of its flight operations in Muscat.
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Scheduling the majority of its flights out of its primary hub in Muscat, Oman Air functions as a major link between India and the Middle East. Recognized as the flag carrier of Oman, it flies to more than 25 countries across Asia, Africa and Europe. Driven by the demand of business-orientated travel, it operates services to over 10 Indian destinations.
Renowned for warm hospitality and considerate service, the carrier was crowned the Best Airline Staff Service in the Middle East by Skytrax in 2017. A broad range of specialty meals can be ordered to appease dietary requirements, including gluten intolerant, diabetic, low sodium and Hindu.
There is the option of flying either Economy, Business or First Class on Oman Air services. In the Business Class section, you will find a cabin arrangement that ensures every seat has direct aisle access. First Class delivers ultimate privacy due to sliding doors that surround the enclosed individual suites. Luxurious male and female amenity kits are also provided, which include Amouage products such as silk eyeshades, cotton pajamas, vanity items and shaving set.
Although not part of an airline alliance, Oman Air holds codeshare agreements with several carriers including Emirates, Etihad Airways, Lufthansa, Qatar Airways and Turkish Airlines. This allows customers to enjoy smoother transitions if they are taking connecting flights. A combination of Airbus, Boeing and Embraer aircraft are used in the fleet. There is a particular association with the Boeing 737 series, with models such as the 800, 900ER and MAX 8 regularly flown. A white and blue design is found on the aircraft in addition to the carrier’s golden logo on the tail.