Oman Air has launched a new three-class service on its flights to London from Muscat.
From Sunday (November 22nd), the airline implemented first class, business class and economy class cabins on board its new A330-300 aircraft.
In addition to the three classes, Oman Air offers passengers a new menu range and improved in-flight entertainment.
Peter Hill, Oman Air’s chief executive officer, said that the three class service provides everything that the "discerning traveller" could ask for.
"Our daily, non-stop direct flights between our Hub in Muscat and London Heathrow offer a smooth and hassle-free journey and our stunning new aircraft offer more space, comfort and luxury than ever before," he commented.
There are just six seats available in first class, with Oman Air likening the experience to flying in an exclusive private jet.
In business class, there are 20 lie-flat seats, while there are 204 economy seats in a two-four-two configuration.
Earlier this month, the airline purchased five new Embraer 175 aircraft as it looks to expand its fleet in the Middle East.