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Oman Air to Resume Twice Weekly Flights to Jeddah From August 11, 2021

Oman Air will resume twice weekly service between Muscat and Jeddah starting August 11, 2021. Flights will operate on Wednesdays and Saturdays as WY 1675 from Muscat (MCT) and WY 1676 from Jeddah (JED).


Oman Air to Resume Flights to Jeddah From August 11, 2021 - Courtesy Oman Air

On Tuesday (August 3, 2021), Oman Air, the national carrier of the Sultanate of Oman, announced the restart of flights to Jeddah starting August 11, 2021. The carrier will offer twice-weekly service on Wednesdays and Saturdays with flight WY 1675 departing Muscat at 15:25 and arriving in Jeddah (JED) at 17:40. The return flight, WY 1676, departs Jeddah at 19:40 and arrives in Muscat at 23:45. Quarantine will not be required for fully-vaccinated travelers with proof of second dose administered at least 14 days before arrival.


Guests traveling to Muscat should visit the Civil Aviation Authority’s website, caa.gov.om, to ensure they are prepared to comply with the requirements to enter the Sultanate. Likewise, guests traveling to Jeddah should be aware of the official requirements to enter or transit through the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. Additionally, guests traveling for Umrah should be aware of official entry requirements, as well as other Umrah measures and restrictions by visiting omanair.com. Travelers departing from Oman should also familiarize themselves with all pre-departure and flight requirements by visiting the Oman Air website.


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. The carrier operates a fleet of nine Boeing 787s, 10 Airbus A330s and 21 Boeing 737NGs.



Source: Oman Air

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