Oman's national airline is based in the country's capital, Muscat, at the Muscat International Airport. In addition to those headquarters, Oman Air has a second hub at Salalah Airport. The airline is owned by the government of Oman, like many other national carriers, and is renowned worldwide for never having a single accident in its entire history. There are 40 airplanes in Oman Air's fleet. The fleet is a mix of Embraer, Airbus and Boeing models, with the most prevalent type or aircraft being the Boeing 737.
Oman Air serves 50 destinations in Europe, Asia and Africa, including 11 destinations in India alone. Some of its top destinations are Guangzhou in China, Kuala Lumpur in Malaysia, Mumbai in India and London Heathrow in England. It is an Arab Air Carriers Organization member and has codeshare agreements with Turkish Airlines, SriLankan Airlines, KLM, Malaysia Airlines, Emirates, Royal Jordanian, Thai Airways, Garuda Indonesia and Ethiopian Airlines.
Oman Air offers an online check-in service to its passengers, aimed at minimising the time they need to spend in the airport. The earliest that passengers can check in online for Oman Air flights is 24 hours prior to the flight's scheduled take off time. Online check-in closes an hour and a half ahead of a flight's departure time. Passengers can also check in for Oman Air flights at the airport by going to the check-in counters there. Passengers choosing to check in this way should be aware that airport check-in counters close an 1 hour prior a flight's scheduled departure.
The Oman Air baggage allowance for hand luggage is dependent upon a passenger's fare type. The hand luggage allowance for Economy passengers is one item with a maximum weight of up to 7 kg. The allowance for Business class and First class passengers is 2 items of hand luggage with a combined weight of up to 14 kg. All hand luggage items must be no bigger than the combined length, width and height of 115 cm. Oman Air also recommends that all luggage is clearly labelled with the passenger's name and contact details to aid in recovery in case it goes missing.
The Oman Air baggage allowance for hold luggage is also dependent on a passenger's ticket class. Economy passengers on have an allowance of 30 kg included with their Oman Air booking. The allowance for Business class passengers is 40 kg and 50 kg for First class passengers. It is up to the passenger how to split their allowance into different bags, but it is worth noting that Oman Air will not accept any item of baggage that weighs more than 32 kg. In addition to this weight limit, maximum dimensions (width plus height plus length) of a piece of luggage are set at 158 cm. Oman Air reviews its luggage allowances periodically and the current allowances are an increase in past limits.
beatiful place ... peacful and nice people alot to see and do .. alit of culture
One of my favourite airline
Good flight. Changi is the best airport i have ever used. Loved the foot massage machine which I used for free. Very clean very efficient.
to be honest was a good price good timing my favorite flight is Emirate but because i want to land in Tanzania at night that why i choose Oman air it was a good flight nice service in general every thing was good i cant complain
The most interesting, Luxurious and pleasant trip I have encountered in 50 years of travel. Bravo.
Too expensive for the distance and type of services offered
Didn't recieved a text mesage a day before departure like used to be.
Not too bad
Overall a good economical experience. All flight left and arrived on time. Price could be a bit lower thought considering quality of food and in-flight service.