Oman Air S17 changes as of 09MAR17; Singapore suspensions

Oman Air this week made additional adjustment to its planned summer 2017 schedule, effective from 26MAR17. Latest adjustment as follow.

Muscat – Bangkok
eff 26MAR17 1 of 2 daily operated by 787-9, replacing -8 (previous plan: 4 weekly)
eff 27JUN17 Increase from 2 to 3 daily (The airline previously planned to increase from 14 to 18 weekly from 01MAY17). 787-9 operates 1 daily

Muscat – Cairo eff 26MAR17 Service reduced from 10 to 7 weekly
Muscat – Dar es Salaam eff 26MAR17 Cancellation of nonstop service. Dar es Salaam will be served as one-stop via Zanzibar
Muscat – Frankfurt Operational aircraft changes, A330-200/-300 replaced by 787-8/-9. The 787-9 will operate up to 5 weekly, out of 7 weekly
Muscat – Guangzhou eff 26MAR17 Nonstop service will be maintained at 4 weekly level, instead of 3
Muscat – Kuala Lumpur eff 29JUN17Increase from 10 to 14 weekly
Muscat – Mashad eff 01JUN17 Increase from 7 to 11 weekly
WY453 MCT1400 – 1700MHD 738 x267
WY454 MHD1800 – 2015MCT 738 x267

Muscat – Paris CDG eff 06APR17 787-9 operates 3-4 weekly flights, out of overall 7 weekly
Muscat – Singapore – Guangzhou
eff 26MAR17 Planned service extension to Guangzhou remains unchanged, however service operates 3 weekly instead of 4
eff 17JUN17 Service to Singapore is cancelled as reservation is closed. 1-stop service to Guangzhou remains pending at present time

Muscat – Zanzibar – Dar es Salaam eff 26MAR17 Service operates 7 weekly instead of 6
Muscat – Zurich 29MAR17 – 25MAY17 787-9 operates 1-2 weekly

Previously reported changes:
Muscat – Hyderabad eff 26MAR17 Increase from 2 to 3 daily
Muscat – Jakarta eff 26MAR17 Increase from 3 to 7 weekly
Muscat – Manchester eff 01MAY17 NEW 1 daily A330-200 service
Muscat – Nairobi eff 27MAR17 NEW 4 weekly 737-800 service


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