Tuesday 3 March 2009


Emirates Airlines has released a one-way fare between Dubai and Oman’s capital Muscat from just USD50*.

The new airfare forms one of several attractively priced airfares the Dubai-based carrier is offering with the re-release of its Arabian Airpass.

Welcoming the airline’s decision to re-introduce the pass Sultanate of Oman Tourism Director Australia/New Zealand Mona Tannous said the release of the Airpass further opened up the door to Australians looking to visit the destination.

“Emirates’ Dubai-Muscat airfare represents incredible value,” she said.

“Its sheer affordability and the fact that the three times daily service aligns perfectly with Emirates services ex-Australia makes connecting to the Sultanate easier than ever before.

“It also allows much more flexibility for those travellers looking to include a short visit to the Sultanate as part of their north-bound journey as well as the longer stay market.”

Ms Tannous said the Arabian Airpass had proven a big draw card for Australian travellers visiting the Gulf until last year when Emirates Airlines had decided to withdraw the program.

“It’s great to see it back and will prove a huge boost for Oman tourism as we step up our activity to encourage even more Australians to visit the destination.”

For more information on the Arabian Airpass please contact a licensed travel agent or Emirates Airlines directly.

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