Oman Air, Lufthansa expand codeshare deal

Agreement increases the number of codeshare destinations with Lufthansa to 12

Under the expanded agreement, guests can travel on Oman Air flights from Muscat to Munich and Frankfurt and connect to Amsterdam, Dublin, Helsinki, Oslo and Warsaw
Under the expanded agreement, guests can travel on Oman Air flights from Muscat to Munich and Frankfurt and connect to Amsterdam, Dublin, Helsinki, Oslo and Warsaw

Oman Air, the national carrier of the Sultanate of Oman and Lufthansa have expanded their codeshare deal.

The agreement will now add five European cities to Oman Air’s collection of codeshare destinations with Lufthansa.

Under the expanded agreement, guests can travel on Oman Air flights from Muscat to Munich and Frankfurt and connect to Amsterdam, Dublin, Helsinki, Oslo and Warsaw.

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Abdulaziz Al Raisi, CEO, Oman Air said: “Strategic codeshares are a crucial way for us to broaden customer choice and make it easier for business and leisure travellers to reach the Sultanate and beyond. Our relationship with Lufthansa is very important for Oman Air, and we are delighted to offer our valued guests even better connectivity in Europe.”

The new agreement, increases the number of codeshare destinations with Lufthansa to 12.

Additional codeshare flights between the two airlines, first established in 2017, serve Brussels, Vienna, Prague, Madrid and Barcelona. Lufthansa also codeshares with Oman Air on its round-trip flights from Muscat to Frankfurt and Munich.

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