Muscat: After a Long Hiatus Sohar Airport resumes flights to Salalah
In a statement OmanAirports said: SoharAirport resumes flights after a hiatus of more than a year in the wake of the spread of Coronavirus, by operating the first SalamAir flights to SalalahAirport with 4 flights per week (Friday, Saturday, Sunday and Wednesday). This is to enhance the position of Dhofar Governorate as an ideal tourist destination with continuous tourist attraction.
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