Oman’s Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) has given permission to Air Arabia Abu Dhabi to operate biweekly flights between Abu Dhabi and Muscat, starting from November 16.
In a statement CAA said, ‘Air Arabia Abu Dhabi will operate two flights a week between Muscat International Airport and Abu Dhabi International Airport, starting from November 16.’
The newly formed venture between Etihad and Air Arabia is gradually adding new routes.
Last month, the budget carrier announced the introduction of flights to Kathmandu, Nepal, from Abu Dhabi. It has also started services to Dhaka and Chattogram in Bangladesh.
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