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About Tiger Airways

A low cost airline, with its headquarters in Singapore, Tiger Airways might not have too many international destinations on its schedule, but it does cover a few important destinations in most parts of Asia, including India and China. The airline also covers some of the major destinations in Australia. Some of the other important countries that Tiger Airways flights fly to, include Indonesia, Malaysia, the Philippines, Thailand and Vietnam. Even though, in comparison to some of its contemporaries, this airline is smaller, but it has won several awards. Some of them include Top Airline by Growth in Cargo Carriage and in Passenger Carriage at the Changi Airline Awards and the Best in-flight meals in low cost airline category at the Asia Pacific Airline Food Awards. Just like most of the high-end airlines, Tiger offers facilities such as online booking and web check-in, which has made air travel easy. The airline has tie-ups with Tiger Australia, Mandala and Seair, which allows it to have a greater reach. Tiger Airlines offers air tickets to several destinations at and incredibly low air fare. Owing to all these facilities, the customer base of the airline is increasing day by day.

About Muscat (MCT)

Muscat, the capital of the Sultanate of Oman, has a character quite different from the other flashy emirate capitals. There are very few high rise buildings, and even the utilitarian edifices in the city reflect tradition using domes or Arab architecture style windows. The result is a stunningly beautiful and uniform city showcasing a fair blend of culture and modernization.

The Omani capital is famous for its sparkling souks and mouth-watering seafood, but something about Muscat that sets it apart from its neighbours is the cliff-top landmarks and thrilling terrains. Muscat means “safe anchorage,” and the sea plays an imperative role in the lives of the city residents, by helping sustain the fishing industry and providing opportunities for visitors to swim alongside the turtles in the lagoons. The economy of the country is dominated by trade, petroleum, and porting.

 

How to reach Muscat

 

By Air – The Muscat International Airport is the only international airport. Air India Express offers flights to Muscat from Amritsar, Delhi, Kochi, Kozhikode, and Thiruvananthapuram. For travelling from outside of India, one can choose from operators like Oman Air, British Airways, Gulf Air, Lufthansa, and Emirates, depending upon where they are travelling from.

By Bus – One can hop on any of the buses by the Omar National Transport Company to travel to Muscat from Dubai or Abu Dhabi. There are a few other bus services that run to and from Muscat on a daily basis.

By Car – One can drive to Muscat from the United Arab Emirates, which takes about 6 hours. There is another route from Al Ghaydah, Yemen, which takes about 6 hours via the border-crossing at Sarfeit to Saraha, and another 10 hours to reach Muscat. There are many car rental services available in the city. One can use the driving license from their home country to drive around Muscat for up to 90 days.

 

What to do in Muscat

 

Muscat, the beautiful capital of the Sultanate of Oman, is a vibrant place to visit. It is embedded between the Arabian Sea and the rugged Hajar Mountains. The city is actually a collection of smaller towns that have grown together over time. The area of Muttrah, where most tourists gather, is surrounded by rocky outcrops surrounding a cosy port. The development of the Royal Opera House is another feather in the cap of the city’s contribution to the global cultural map. There are incredible places to visit and amazing things to do in Muscat. Some of them are as follows:

The Royal Opera House

Sultan Qaboos Grand Mosque

The National Museum

Al Alam Palace

Marina Bandar Al Rowdha

Mutrah Souq

Bait Al Zubair

Sultan’s Palace

Mutrah Corniche

Ghalya Museum of Modern Art

Oman Grand Canyons

The Batinah Coast

Museum of Illusions

Muscat Gate Museum

Al Jalali Fort

Omani French Museum

Omani Children’s Museum

The Sultan’s Armed Forces Museum

Enjoy water sports

Eat at Al Angham Restaurant

Relax at some of Muscat’s secret beaches

Eat out at the streets of Ruwi

Go on a Muscat Hop-on Hop-off bus tour

Go on a Wahiba sands tour

Go on a dolphin cruise

Visit the Chedi

 

The many sightseeing options in the city will unravel its mysteries, and enthusiasts can opt from a wide range of tours provided by various operators. These tours to help the tourists to understand more about Muscat’s roots, and unveil the true beauty of the Omani capital.

Major Airports in and Around Muscat

The Muscat International Airport is the sole international airport that connects Muscat to the rest of the world. Oman Air is the primary carrier of Muscat. The other airlines that operate in Muscat include Air Arabia, Air India Express, British Airways, Egypt Air, Etihad, Emirates, Fly Dubai, Gulf Air, KLM, Quwait Airways, and Qatar Airways.

 

Make My Trip offers a wide range of flights to Muscat. One can easily log into the Make My Trip website or mobile app to browse through to book flights to and from Muscat. Make My Trip flights to Muscat are offered at huge discounts to first time users as well as the regular travellers. Season tickets can also be availed at a great discount while booking from Make My Trip.

About Muscat International Airport

Oman Airports Management Company, P.O. Box 1707, P.C. 111, CPO, Sultanate of Oman
Tel: +968 24519223 (Flight Information) | +968 24519456 | Head Office : +968 24518030 | Fax : +968 24518088