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BAHLON Oman Air (WY 658) Check Time -----S- 17h 25m & 1 Stop Book now

BAHMUC Oman Air (WY 658) Check Time M--TFSS 16h 50m & 1 Stop Book now

BAHPAR Oman Air (WY 658) Check Time -TW-FSS 17h 25m & 1 Stop Book now

BAHMIL Oman Air (WY 658) Check Time -TWTF-S 17h 5m & 1 Stop Book now

BAHZRH Oman Air (WY 658) Check Time --W-FSS 17h 5m & 1 Stop Book now

BAHBOM Oman Air (WY 658) Check Time --WTF-S 23h 15m & 1 Stop Book now

BAHGOI Oman Air (WY 658) Check Time M-W-F-- 8h 5m & 1 Stop Book now

BAHTRV Oman Air (WY 658) Check Time -TW---- 25h 5m & 1 Stop Book now

BAHCOK Oman Air (WY 658) Check Time MTWTFSS 7h & 1 Stop Book now

BAHHYD Oman Air (WY 658) Check Time M-WTF-S 6h 45m & 1 Stop Book now

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About Oman Air

Oman Air, the national carrier of Sultanate of Oman’s Civil Aviation sector, started its operations in the year 1993. Presently, it has emerged as one of the prominent carriers of the world, making Muscat a hub for tourism and commercial activities. Oman Air flights are taking passengers from all over the world to the destinations of their choice and these include London, Milan, Dubai and New Delhi. There are several benefits awaiting those who choose to purchase air tickets of Oman Air. Not only the airline has low air fare, but it also offers benefits like web check-in and access to luxurious lounges. Like most major airlines, Oman Air manages a fleet of Airbuses and Boeings along with Embraer aircrafts and ATRs. Each of them is equipped with requisite facilities for passengers. The airline is known for providing an array of delicacies to the passengers from across the world. In addition to this, in-flight entertainment keeps all age groups happy, making air travel a pleasurable experience. With the use of online booking facility, travellers can plan their trip with ease. The schedule for Oman Air is available on the official website and it allows fliers to choose the most convenient way to reach their endpoint.

About Bahrain (BAH)

Located along the western shores of the Persian Gulf, Bahrain is a small island country. In actual it is an archipelago of 33 islands among which Bahrain is the largest. Basically the land comprises of low desert plain that rises gently to slight elevation. The place is acknowledged to be the site of the ancient land of the Dilmun civilisation. Bahrain is quite protective when it comes to safe keeping of its flora and fauna. To take care of its well-existing breeds and also those of endangered species of animals, it has five dedicated protected areas, which are – Hawar Islands; Tubli Bay; Mashtan Island, which is off the coast of Bahrain; Arad Bay, in Muharraq; and Al Areen Wildlife Park- a zoo and also a breeding centre. Bahrain is a popular tourist destination as more than 8 million tourists visit this place every year. The land is a rich source of Arab culture and stores the archaeological legacy that gives deep insight into ancient worlds and ancient people. It is due to the Bahrain International F1 Circuit that people all over the world came to know Bahrain's heritage and stores of historical knowledge. The land exhibits archaeological constructions that detail the history of about five thousand years of civilisation. The forts of Bahrain like Qalat Al Bahrain are great masterpieces of art and craft, and also are enlisted by UNESCO as a World Heritage Site. Bahrain has a big museum- Bahrain National Museum which stores artefacts, the art pieces that bespeak the country's history that traces back to the time when the island was inhabited by first ever human, around 9000 years ago. Similar Beit Al Quran is also a giant museum where you will find the real Islamic artefacts of the Quran. Other famous tourist attractions that have huge historical significance include Al Khamis Mosque (one of the oldest mosques of the land), Arad fort (located in Muharraq), Barbar temple (an ancient temple from the Dilmunite period), A'ali Burial Mounds and the Saar temple. Then in Sakhir Desert, there is ‘Tree of Life’, a 400 year-old tree with no trace of water nearby. Not only for the archaeological and historical features, Bahrain is also famous for Bird watching, scuba diving and horse riding. If by now you have decided to fly to Bahrain, just log onto MakeMyTrip.com and organize your journey. Book cheap flight tickets, affordable car rentals, tour guides, choicest accommodation, and much more on MakeMyTrip.com. Book your trip to Bahrain and get amazing seasonal discounts too.