Web check-in and verification
Oman Air offers passengers two convenient ways to check-in for their flight - Web Check-in
available on https://www.omanair.com/en/manage-bookings/online-check
or Early Check-in at the airport. Passengers must arrive at the airport early enough to complete check in, immigration and security procedures in time to be present at the boarding gate. The flights cannot be held for customers reporting late to the check in counters and hence, no responsibility shall be taken by the airline in such cases. Check-in deadlines vary according to the airport facilities. For e.g. Oman Air at Muscat International Airport closes check-in counters 60 minutes prior to departure. Passengers should ensure they have the following with them before proceeding to the Oman Air check-in counters: their Photo ID/Passport and Visa (if required). Online checked-in passengers without baggage can proceed directly to immigration without requiring to report at the check-in counters.
Guests in Economy class are entitled to 2 baggage pieces with a maximum combined weight of 30 kg. Those travelling in Business Class and First Class, will be entitled to two bags with a maximum weight of 50 kg. All pieces of Checked-In baggage will have a maximum linear dimension of 158 centimeters or 62 inches. Any item outside of these dimensions may be accepted by Oman Air as Specialist Baggage or Cargo. For More Detail Check Oman Air Baggage Allowance
. Sports baggage can be taken at an additional allowance of 23 kg or 32 kg and relevant dimensions for Sporting Items.
Passengers boarding Oman Air flights from India can call on 01246421111. This customer care service is available 24 hours from Monday to Sunday.
The flight schedule for Oman Air
flights can be checked at https://www.omanair.com/FlightSchedule/flightSearch , where passengers simply have to fill in the particulars for the places of departure and arrival.
Passport and Visa Information
Passports are required for passengers travelling internationally, and they need to be valid for 6 months hence at least. Some countries issue visas after the passports have been valid for a minimum period, and it is recommended that passengers find out the prerequisites of visa and passport of the country they are visiting.
Oman Air operates a fleet of Airbuses and Boeings along with Embraer aircrafts and ATRs. Each of these is equipped with out-of-the-world facilities for passengers including an array of delicacies for passengers from across the world. Travelers can enjoy their journeys in comfort, with a great range of the latest Arabic and international movies, up-to-the-minute TV shows, including satellite TV news, as well as music and games - all at their fingertips.
The fleet of Oman Air comprises of 23 aircrafts. Oman Air includes 3 Airbus A330-200, 3 Airbus A330-300, 2 ATR 42-500, 2 Boeing 737-700 and 13 Boeing 737-800. Oman Air flights also operate via code-share agreements with Gulf Air, Emirates, and Malaysia Airlines. Some of the exclusive deals of Oman Air flights are with the aircrafts that operate to and fro between Oman and several cities in the Middle East.
Oman Air has a widespread network, currently operating direct international flights from Muscat to Abu Dhabi, Bahrain, Doha, Dubai, Jeddah, Riyadh, Dammam, Madina, and Kuwait in the Gulf region, as well as Cairo, Amman, Tehran, Mashhad, Najaf, Zanzibar and Dar Es Salaam within the wider Middle East/Africa region. In addition, Oman Air flies to 11 destinations in India (Goa, Mumbai, Chennai, Kochi, Thiruvananthapuram, Hyderabad, Delhi, Lucknow, Bangalore, Kozhikode and Jaipur); Karachi, Islamabad and Lahore in Pakistan; Kathmandu in Nepal; and Colombo in Sri Lanka. The airline also flies to Bangkok, Kuala Lumpur, Manila, Jakarta in the Far East, Guangzhou in China and Nairobi in Kenya. Its European destinations are London, Manchester, Milan, Munich, Frankfurt, Paris and Zurich. Oman Air’s domestic destinations are Salalah, Khasab and Duqum. It also serves 5 additional domestic points for The Duqm Special Economic Zone Authority (SEZAD), Petroleum Development Oman (PDO) and Occidental, which are JNJ (Duqm), OMM (Marmul), RNM (Qarn AlAlam), UKH (Mukhaizinah) and FAU (Fahud).