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Air France To Add Four Destinations From Paris, Including Zanzibar 

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The carrier is also restarting a host of routes from CDG suspended by the COVID-19 pandemic. 

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Oman Targets Return To Double-Digit Growth

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Oman Airports is looking to be more aggressive in adding connections to the Indian subcontinent while adding routes to Central Asia and Europe. 

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From Muscat International Airport; Salam Air launched seasonal direct flights to Istanbul and Trabzon, and introduce its 4th summer destination Sarajevo during July

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5th July update: On its efforts to support direct air traffic between Oman and all around the world, Oman Airports congratulates Salam Air on...

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Air France direct flights to Muscat

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1st July update: Oman Airports are pleased to announce further new services to be operated from Muscat Airport. In October of this year, Air...

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Jordan Aviation launched new direct flights linking Amman and Muscat

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Muscat Airport welcomed the addition of a new airline with the opening of services by Jordan Aviation, who began operating twice weekly flights...

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Routes in brief: Itapemirim, Austrian Airlines, Smartwings and more

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Routes rounds-up the latest new route announcements, as well as services returning to carriers' networks.

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Air France to open three new long-haul destinations

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Destinations in Tanzania, Oman and Sri Lanka are being added to the carrier’s international network.

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Route Analysis: Muscat-Sarajevo

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SalamAir becomes the latest Gulf carrier to add service to Bosnia and Herzegovina’s capital.

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Routes in brief: Eurowings, Emirates, Aerolineas Argentinas and more

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Routes rounds-up the latest new route announcements, as well as services returning to carrier’s networks.

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Wizz Air further expands Bari network

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Wizz Air is stepping up competition with Ryanair at Bari in southern Italy, while the Hungarian carrier’s Abu Dhabi offshoot is also growing.

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