Oman Air cancels more than 300 flights in September

In July this year, the airline cancelled 750 flights amid Boeing 737 Max groundings

Officials revealed that they were suspending operations of Boeing 737 Max following the orders of Oman’s Public Authority for Civil Aviation
Officials revealed that they were suspending operations of Boeing 737 Max following the orders of Oman’s Public Authority for Civil Aviation

Oman Air has cancelled more than 300 flights in September, officials from the Sultanate’s national carrier announced.

Officials revealed that they were suspending operations of Boeing 737 Max following the orders of Oman’s Public Authority for Civil Aviation (PACA).

In a statement online, officials said: “As a result of the Public Authority for Civil Aviation directives on suspending operations of Boeing 737 Max, we have cancelled the following flights in the period between 7 July to 1 October 2019. We are rebooking guests on alternative / next available flights to their destinations. We advise all our guests who are due to travel during the same period to check the flight status or contact our call centre.”

In July, the airline cancelled approximately 750 flights between July 21 and August 31 amid the ongoing grounding of its fleet of Boeing 737 Max aircraft.

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