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SalamAir to stop flights to India from October 1
SalamAir, a low-cost airline based in Oman, will stop flying to India from October 1, according reports based on emails received by passengers.
SalamAir, a low-cost airline based in Oman, will stop flying to India from Ocotber 1, according reports based on emails received by passengers.
The passengers who have booked on SalamAir flights have been told that they would receive the refund for their bookings, said a Times of Oman report.
SalamAir currently flies to four major cities across India, including Jaipur, Lucknow, Calicut and Thiruvananthapuram.
Travel agencies have also confirmed that they have been notified on the halt of all operations to India by the airline, the report said.
The email from SalamAir team to trade partners said the "decision was not made lightly, but due to the limitation of flight rights allocation to India. We understand that this news may cause inconvenience, and we apologise for any difficulties that this may arise."