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Oman Air to deploy Airbus A330 on flights to Bangkok

Oman Air will operate a wide-body A330 aircraft on its flights to Bangkok from May 17th.

Oman Air will operate a wide-body A330 aircraft on its flights to Bangkok from May 17th having already launched the aircraft on its London Heathrow service.

The introduction of the aircraft will allow the airline’s passengers to benefit from all-inclusive in-flight entertainment and personal in-seat video screens.

Passengers travelling in business class will enjoy the additional comfort of seats that convert into a 180-degree flat bed.

Oman Air’s chief commercial officer Barry Brown said the Airbus A330-200 is "a product upgrade that our passengers have been requesting".

"We are the only airline flying non-stop from Muscat to these destinations, greatly reducing time and connecting baggage concerns," he commented.

Oman Air operates six flights a week to Bangkok from Muscat, while the airline operates a daily flight to London Heathrow.

The airline recently said that Oman is "well placed" to be a successful tourist destination owing to its interesting scenery and its position as an emerging holiday and business destination.

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