Muscat: The Civil Aviation Authority, (CAA), has published a clarification about the limited air flights between the Sultanate and India, as well as the flight which arrived from India and landed at Salalah Airport on Thursday, April 29, 2021.
A statement issued online by CAA said:”The Civil Aviation Authority wishes to clarify that the very limited flights between the Sultanate and the Republic of India work to facilitate the return of Omani citizens, in addition to shipping the necessary supplies to the Sultanate and transporting the citizens of the Republic of India wishing to return to their country.”
“All these flights are subject to health requirements before travel and upon arrival,” the statement added
The statement also confirmed that the Air India Express flight that arrived at Salalah Airport came from the city of Kochi in the Indian state of Kerala and had only three passengers on board, who are medical staff cleared for arrival. The flight left Salalah airport an hour after it arrived with a traveler from the Indian community.”