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Oman Air to suspend flight operations to Sri Lanka

Oman Air has announced major changes to its network, including adding and removing destinations as well as changed frequencies.
As part of its ongoing transformation, which aims to improve the company’s overall financial performance and fortify its position in an increasingly competitive market, Oman Air has announced several strategic changes to its network.
These include the addition of a new route, Sialkot, in Pakistan.
Oman Air network changes
Furthermore, it will cancel operations to
• Islamabad
• Lahore
• Colombo
• Chittagong
The airline will also be reducing frequencies to certain markets while increasing capacity to two current destinations (Lucknow and Thiruvananthapuram).
In addition, three destinations will be operated on a seasonal basis: Trabzon during the summer season, and Zurich and Malé during winter.
The airline has also introduced measures to optimise its schedule, starting this summer.
To better cater to the local market and serve key flows in and out of the country, flight times have been revised for several of its destinations, with emphasis on more favourable slots to offer greater convenience for direct passengers and maximize connection windows.
Meanwhile, the airline is continuously evaluating its strategy to adapt to changing market dynamics and identify additional opportunities.
Maintaining alignment with government stakeholders including the Ministry of Heritage and Tourism, Oman Air remains committed to the economic and social objectives of Oman’s 2040 Vision. (Arabian Business)
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