Muscat - August 11, 2018: Oman's budget airline, SalamAir, has announced new direct flights to Khartoum in Sudan, Kathmandu in Nepal, Najaf in Iraq and Dhaka in Bangladesh. This decision was part of the airline's expansion move.
While Khartoum is the airline's first African destination and first direct flight from the Sultanate to Sudan's capital, Kathmandu is the airline's fifth Indian sub-continent destination. SalamAir will be flying four times a week to Iraq for the first time with the launch of service to Najaf.
Captain Mohamed Ahmed, CEO of SalamAir said, "Our strategy is to provide affordable travel across our expanding network. The launch of our new destinations is yet another milestone in SalamAir's young history."