Oman Air expands East Asia service in S17

Oman Air today (21DEC16) adjusted its planned operations to East Asia for the summer 2017 season, featuring a number of service expansions. Planned changes as follows.

Muscat – Bangkok eff 26MAR17 4 of 14 weekly service to be operated by Boeing 787-9, replacing -8. From 01MAY17, overall Bangkok service increases from 14 to 18 weekly
WY811 MCT0305 – 1210BKK 787 x47
WY815 MCT0855 – 1800BKK 787 D
WY817 MCT2115 – 0620+1BKK 787 D

WY818 BKK0910 – 1210MCT 787 D
WY812 BKK1510 – 1810MCT 787 x247
WY816 BKK2040 – 2340MCT 787 D

Muscat – Guangzhou eff 01MAY17 Nonstop service reduces from 4 to 3 weekly (also refer to Singapore entry for routing changes)
WY851 MCT0935 – 2100CAN 330 357
WY852 CAN0900 – 1235MCT 330 146

Muscat – Jakarta eff 26MAR17 Increase from 3 to 7 weekly
WY849 MCT0155 – 1320CGK 330 D
WY850 CGK1450 – 1950MCT 330 D

Muscat – Singapore – Guangzhou eff 01MAY17 Existing 4 weekly service extends to Guangzhou. Overall Guangzhou service increase to 7 weekly (reservation for SIN CAN sector currently not available)
WY847 MCT0855 – 2020SIN2145 – 0145+1CAN 330 x357
WY848 CAN0315 – 0710SIN0900 – 1225MCT 330 x146

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