Oman Air is currently reviewing its destination portfolio and is exploring ways to further expand its Africa connectivity.
The carrier already grants seamless connectivity to Cairo in Egypt, Nairobi in Kenya, Zanzibar, Dar Es Salaam in Tanzania and Casablanca in Morocco.
Eager to offer more options, the airline’s Network and Planning team is assessing the viability of other new routes, and Khartoum in Sudan is being investigated as a potential new addition.
Oman Air’s African routes have proven popular among travellers, and in light of this, the airline recently enhanced its summer schedule with two extra flights a week to Cairo, granting travellers 12 flights a week in total.
The most recent addition of Casablanca in Morocco highlights the Omani carrier’s commitment to expanding its network and its focus on the African market.