Oman Air will launch two weekly flights between Muscat and Tbilisi starting June 16, 2021. The summer seasonal service will operate on Wednesdays and Sundays through September 16, 2021 and the route will be serviced with a Boeing 737.
On Wednesday (June 2, 2021), Oman Air, the national carrier of the Sultanate of Oman, announced the launch of twice-weekly summer seasonal service between Muscat and Tbilisi. The route will be operated with a Boeing 737 on Wednesdays and Sundays from June 16th through September 16, 2021. On Wednesdays, the flight will depart Muscat at 20:15 and arrive in Tbilisi at 00:15. The return flight departs Tbilisi on Thursdays at 01:15 and arrives in Muscat at 05:00. Sunday flights depart Muscat at 03:30 and arrives in Tbilisi at 07:30, while the return flight departs Tbilisi at 08:55 and arrives in Muscat at 12:40.
Oman Air guests planning on traveling to Muscat should review the Sultanate’s entry requirements on the Civil Aviation Authority’s website at caa.gov.om. Likewise, guests traveling to Tbilisi, should ensure compliance with entry and transit regulations for Georgia. Pre-departure and flight requirements for travel from Oman are available on the carrier’s website at omanair.com.
Oman Air has implemented a comprehensive health and safety program to ensure that guests can travel with confidence throughout their journey. Masks are required at Oman’s Airports and onboard, while social distancing is maintained during boarding and deplaning. Oman Air’s aircraft are meticulously cleaned after each flight and at the end of each day, and cabin crew have been provided with complete PPE kit. Additionally, the onboard meal service has been modified to limit unnecessary contact, and other measures have been implemented to ensure guest and team member safety.
Celebrating 28 years of service, multi-award winning Oman Air maintains the highest standards of performance in all aspects of operations. The airline’s ultra-modern and fuel efficient fleet are renowned for their bespoke interiors and innovative inflight entertainment (IFE) systems. Oman Air continues to invest in the latest technologies, propelling the carrier to the forefront of modern aviation. Oman Air operates a fleet of nine Boeing 787s, 10 Airbus A330s and 21 Boeing 737NGs.
Source: Oman Air