SalamAir gets CAA nod for three new destinations
The Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) has granted approval to the budget airline, SalamAir, to operate two weekly direct flights to some destinations, starting in July this year.
These flights will be to Kuala Lumpur City in Malaysia, Almaty city in Kazakhstan, and Rize city in Rize city, Republic of Turkey. Captain Mohamed Ahmed, CEO of SalamAir, said, "The city of Almaty has promising passenger travel into Muscat, and we expect to carry both business travelers and holidaymakers between the two important cities. Oman and Kazakhstan recently agreed to have close bilateral cooperation in the fields of economy, renewable energy, tourism, and food security too, thus mutually beneficial.”