10,000 passengers per week allowed to fly between Oman and India

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Oman’s Civil Aviation Authority announced today that it has agreed to fly 10,000 passengers per week between Oman and 11 destinations in India following the establishment of the air bubble between the two countries.

To weekly scheduled flights between Muscat International Airport and 11 destinations in India will be allowed for the national carriers of both the countries. The temporary arrangements were made possible through diplomatic channels and is subject to strict compliance of COVID-19 procedures put in place by both sides.

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