Oman Air resumed its flight to and from Pakistan. The national airline earlier stopped its services due to COVID19.
Oman Air started its operations to Pakistan from October 1 after a gap due to the pandemic situation. The national airline will allow two flights per week to Islamabad and Lahore.
For Islamabad, the schedule of airlines will carry passengers on Sundays and Thursdays. While for Lahore, the airline offered its services on Sundays and Fridays.
Standard SOPs, however, are mandatory for every passenger. They will be required to aboard the flight wearing a mask. Social distance should also be well maintained.
Sources also informed that Oman Air will follow its own SOPs to clean the flights appropriately. The cabin crew will also follow their basic SOPs i.e. wearing the masks and protective gear.
Some other precautionary measures have been taken care of while follow the job.
A brief guideline is also shared with the Civil Aviation Authority (CAA). Passengers are required to read them carefully and follow them while traveling to and from Oman.
The airline with the relevant authorities have taken the measures after careful review and strictly abide by the rules. The same is expected from the passengers to ensure a safe and secure journey.