Oman’s state airline, Oman Air resumed its international flights to three destinations incluing Sri Lanka with effect from yesterday, the company announced.
It stated that Oman Air would operate two flights per week to each of Kuwait, Bahrain and Colombo in Sri Lanka.
The airline noted that its committed to implementing a safety programme, urging passengers to wear the protective face masks at the Omani airports and aboard its flights.
Oman resumed scheduled international flights on October 1, seven months after the sultanate suspended air travel as part of a raft of measures to curb the spread of the coronavirus.
However, Sri Lanka’s intrenational airports remians closed for foreign travellers.