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Emirates special offers from Muscat

An Emirates Airbus A380 touched down in Muscat for a one-off scheduled flight  to mark 25 years of Emirates’ service to Oman. The Emirates A380 was operated by Omani national, Captain Mussallim Al-Dawoodi and UAE national, First Officer Nasser Abdulla Al Owais.

The aircraft landed at 0935hrs at Muscat International and was met with a ceremonial water cannon salute.

In 1993, Emirates inaugurated its first service to Muscat and since then, has carried more than 4.3 million passengers to and from Oman. The airline started operating with a Boeing 777-200 aircraft with a four weekly services. Today, the airline flies to Muscat with three daily services utilizing Boeing 777-300ER aircraft.

The airline employs over 55 Omani nationals across the Group – of which six are Omani pilots, and four operate the A380. Emirates Skywards, the award winning loyalty program of Emirates Airline has more than 53,700 Omani members.

Emirates is offering travelers a chance to avail special fares to Dubai in celebration of the airline’s 25 years of service to Muscat. Economy Class passengers can enjoy fares starting from OMR 69 and Business Class passengers can enjoy fares starting at OMR 220. The offer applies to bookings starting today until 10 July 2018.

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