By Staff writer
Oman also signed agreement with Saudi Arabia to allow seven new weekly flights to Jeddah
Oman has signed a number of bilateral air services agreements, which will add new flights to India and Saudi Arabia, according to a news report.
The air services agreement with India will add 6,260 new seats per week to the existing 21,145 per week, Muscat Daily reported.
Oman also signed an agreement with Saudi Arabia to operate seven additional weekly flights to Jeddah, while the pact with Australia will pave the way for cargo flights between Avalon Airport in Melbourne and Salalah Airport.
The pact with Ghana will introduce 14 weekly flights between the two countries, the newspaper said.For all the latest transport news from the UAE and Gulf countries, follow us on Twitter and Linkedin, like us on Facebook and subscribe to our YouTube page, which is updated daily.