September 14, 2020 | 9:04 PM by Times News Service Captain Mohammed Ahmed CEO of SalamAir. Photo: File Muscat: Flying from Oman to India could soon be easier, as talks are underway to establish an ‘air bubble’ between the two countries.According to the CEO of SalamAir, an air bubble will benefit airline operators flying to India, as the number of people flying there every week before the COVID-19 pandemic was quite high.“This is on the table. I think the authorities are talking to each other and this might be implemented,” said Captain Mohammed Ahmed, on the subject of air bubbles between the two countries. “Even without the air bubble, we have been quite active, we almost had more than a daily flight to India.”Commenting on when it is expected to be put in ...read more...
SourceTimes of Oman