Mihin Lanka to launch flights to Muscat in Oman

15 September 2015 - 161   - 0

Mihin Lanka, the region’s leading low-cost airline, will commence flight operations to Muscat, the capital of Oman from October 25 onwards. A total of four weekly flights will be introduced and will operate every Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday and Sunday from Bandaranaike International Airport, the airline, a subsidiary of national carrier SriLankan Airlines, said in a media announcement. The frequencies will increase to five weekly flights from November 11 with the additional flight operating on Wednesdays. The 4-hour direct flight will provide passengers with an affordable, convenient and comfortable travel option to Muscat. Mihin Lanka has included Muscat in its regional route network, as part of the airline’s five-year expansion plan to achieve greater growth, whilst enhancing connectivity throughout the region. - ENDS -

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