Oman Air flights to Zanzibar and Dar es Salaam are set to return on 1 October

Oman Air to resume scheduled service on 1 October with service to 18 cities in 12 countries including 2 flights per week connecting Muscat and Zanzibar, which will depart from Oman on Thursdays and Saturdays, and return on Thursdays and Sundays. Flights to Dar es Salaam will also depart on Thursdays and Saturdays with return flights on Thursdays and Sundays.

Guests travelling to Zanzibar or Dar es Salaam do not need to take a coronavirus test before they travel or when they arrive at their destination and no quarantine is required. Citizens of Oman are not required to obtain a visa; citizens of other nations should review official sources of information to determine if they need a visa to enter the United Republic of Tanzania.

Oman Air will maintain its comprehensive safety program throughout all elements of the travel journey to ensure that guests fly confidently. Masks are required when guests are on board the aircraft and in Oman’s airports. Distancing is maintained while guests board and exit the aircraft, which are carefully cleaned after each flight and at the end of every day. Cabin crew all wear a full set of personal protective equipment, meal service has been modified to further ensure safety and a number of other steps have been taken to ensure that the airline’s guests and crew are safe at all times.

Guests who are planning to travel to Muscat should visit the Civil Aviation Authority website, paca.gov.om, to ensure they are prepared to comply with requirements to enter the Sultanate.

Guests departing from Oman should also ensure that they are aware of all pre-departure requirements and requirements during their flights, which are provided at omanair.com.


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