UAE's flydubai adds Salalah to network

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UAE low-cost carrier flydubai will begin flying to the Omani coastal city of Salalah three times-a-week from 21 May.

The airline will fly to Salalah from its hub at Dubai International Airport on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays. Flights will depart the emirate at 16:20 local time, arriving in Oman at 18:20. Return services will depart Salalah at 19:20, arriving back in Dubai at 21:30.

The city is flydubai's second destination in Oman following the commencement of Muscat services in 2010.

Established in 2008, currently serves more than 50 destinations across the Middle East, South Asia and Eastern Europe with a fleet of 28 aircraft.

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