Oman Air set to resume operations to Maldives on June 24th

An Oman Air flight captured at Velana International Airport. (Photo/MACL)

Oman Air is gearing up to resume operations to the Maldives this month.

The airline is scheduled to resume operations in June 24th. They have presently opened ticket bookings through their official website.

The fare for the direct flights to Velana International Airport from Oman’s capital, Muscat, has been placed at USD 385.

The airline will be conducting four flights per week to the Maldives.

Oman Air has also decided to operate flights to Moscow, Bangkok, Istanbul and Kuala Lumpur in addition to the Maldives in their summer itinerary for this year.

An official from Maldives Airports Company Limited (MACL) confirmed Oman Air’s pending resumption of operations to the Maldives to Sun.

The airline previously operated to the Maldives in the years 2009, 2016 and 2018.