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    About Muscat

    Muscat is the capital and the largest metropolitan city of Oman. The city was renowned as a historically significant trading post between the west and the east since the early 1st Century CE, and even features in the works of the Greek geographer Ptolemy. Modern Muscat boasts of a booming economy and multi-ethnic society, and is the site for several important mosques.


    About the Airport for Muscat Flights

    Formerly known as the Seeb International Airport, Muscat International Airport serves all of Oman. The airport is located in the Muscat metropolitan area, 32 km away from the old city. The airport currently has a single two-story passenger terminal that connects to a number of regional and select international destinations. A new terminal is under construction to meet the recent surge in passenger traffic.


    Muscat Airport Address

    Muscat International Airport Muscat, Oman

    About Mumbai

    Mumbai is India’s commercial capital and also the most populous city in the country. The seat of India’s thriving Hindi movie industry – Bollywood, and the Marathi film and television industry, Mumbai is a prominent cultural hub. Formerly known as Bombay, the city was renamed for the patron goddess – Mumbadevi in 1995, and is built on what was formerly an archipelago of seven islands.


    About the Airport for Mumbai Flights

    The Chhatrapati Shivaji International Airport is Mumbai’s primary airport and is the second-busiest in the country. Named for the 17th Century warrior king – Chhatrapati Shivaji, the airport is the country’s second busiest in terms of passenger traffic and international traffic. The newer Terminal 2 is known for its several amenities, including a bar, luxury spa, shower area and even an onsite Niranta Airport Transit Hotel – the first of its kind in the country.


    Mumbai Airport Address

    Chhatrapati Shivaji International Airport Area Vile Parle, Mumbai, Maharashtra, India – 400099

    What is the frequency of flights from Muscat to Mumbai?

    With five flights per day between the two cities, the frequency of flights between Muscat and Mumbai is fair.

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