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Cheap one-way & return flights to Muscat from London
Are there any cheap flights to Muscat with Qatar Airways?
From front-line offers to seasonal sales, we have cheap flights to Muscat with Qatar Airways like never before. The airline has expanded coverage to operate flights from London Heathrow, Manchester, and Edinburgh. Deals are introduced regularly, so phoning in (020 3137 1339) or taking a while to forward us your queries is equally important. As we continue to monitor airfares, we can let you know when the price for a certain flight drops
Which airlines operate flights to Muscat from UK?
- Qatar Airways: From Heathrow, there are 28 flights per week for Muscat. These are connecting flights with a layover in Doha.
- Turkish Airlines: The airline operates 13 connecting flights to Muscat in a week. These are one-stop flights from London Gatwick.
- Oman Air: Oman Air operates a direct flight from London to Muscat (LHR-MCT) on 4 days of the week.
- Etihad Airways: The airline is operating a single daily flight from Manchester to Muscat (MAN-MCT). Abu Dhabi is the layover.
Which airline offers direct flights for Muscat?
Direct flights to Muscat are available with Oman Air, the country's flag-carrier airline. This flight (Oman Air 104) is operated from London Heathrow every Monday, Wednesday, Friday, and Sunday. Our newsletter subscribers, as well as those following us on Facebook, will get targeted support in finding exclusive deals.
How long is a flight from UK to Muscat?
- Direct flights from Heathrow to Muscat: 7 hours and 10 minutes with Oman Air.
- One-stop flights from Heathrow to Muscat: 9 hours and 5 minutes with Qatar Airways.
- Flights with Etihad Airways from Manchester: 10 hours and 30 minutes via Abu Dhabi.
- The shortest flight between Birmingham and Muscat: 12 hours and 15 minutes with Turkish Airlines.
- Flights to Muscat with Edinburgh: 9 hours and 30 minutes via Doha.
Can I fly to Muscat now and pay later?
If you would much rather fly to Muscat now and pay later, you should know you can. Here it is, an instalment plan option offered by Travelhouseuk. As we advance with the booking after choosing flights, you will be required to pay a small deposit. This is fundamental to securing tickets. The remaining payment will be segmented into monthly instalments. If the available prices are mounting pressure on your budget, you can proceed with the said plan to better optimise your travel expenses. To learn more about the framework of this plan or book through it, please call 020 3137 1339.
How to get the cheapest Business Class flights to Muscat?
We believe a lot of you are interested in getting to know when the cheapest Business Class flights to Muscat will be made available. Well, they are. Travelhouseuk funnels a balanced supply of deals with major airlines like Etihad Airways, Oman Air, Qatar Airways, and Turkish Airlines. The instalment plan we offer remains a key driver in facilitating Business Class travel. To keep pace with our offers on Facebook, please follow us. The newsletter, after you subscribe, will expand your opportunities even further.
Can I get flexible tickets on Muscat flights?
Flexible tickets on Muscat flights confer a higher degree of efficiency when travelling during the pandemic. While an upward trend in travel restrictions can shut down many flights, persons holding flexible tickets can have their rescheduled. Travelhouseuk provides active assistance to travellers by giving a date change when their flight is in danger of getting cancelled. The new date will correspond to the latest travel guidelines. To realise your set goals for travel this year, please contact Travelhouseuk.
Which is the cheapest time of year to fly to Muscat?
The second half of March is quite favourable for budget travellers. The cheapest time of year to fly to Muscat depends largely on the availability of limited-time offers. To facilitate the due circulation of such offers, we send out newsletters and post updates on our social media handles. While you are weighing options, it's good to call 020 3137 1339 to have a dialogue with your travel agent. The deals suitable for your needs will be brought to your consideration.
Which is the main international airport in Muscat?
Flights en route to the capital of Oman will be landing at Muscat International Airport. This airport, the largest in the country, is about 32 kilometres from central Muscat. MCT is the IATA code used for this airport. It plays an instrumental part as an aviation hub for international flights to and from Muscat as well as regional flights, such as those for Salalah.
How to get to Muscat from the airport?
Taxis can be found upon exiting the arrivals terminal of the airport. These are available round the clock and offer fixed fares charged by the meter. Taxis offer transport services not only to central Muscat but also the surrounding suburbs.
A more cost-effective way to travel is by walking out of the airport to the nearby bus station. These buses are run by Mwasalat – a company owned by the government. Many car rental companies are also available in the arrivals hall of Muscat International Airport.
What are the major tourist attractions in Muscat?
The coastline has been transformed into a wonderful marina. A walk down the different streets can acquaint you with tempting restaurants and picturesque balconies.Mutrah Souq:
Neighbouring the Mutrah Corniche, you will find narrow, winding alleys that house exquisite souvenir shops and the quaint charm of shopping from a traditional bazaar. Unravel some of the finest treasures and take home an extensive collection of artefacts.Sultan Qaboos Grand Mosque:
To catch that essence of beauty that makes Oman so different from other countries, visitors prefer to start with this iconic mosque. The serene aura of the sea perfectly complements this extraordinary architecture.Bait-al-Zubair Museum:
The museum brings centuries-old history to life through exhibits of the country's rare artefacts, photographs, jewellery, weapons and a lot more. The museum is especially valuable for those seeking to gain the perfect insight into the prevalent Omani heritage before the Renaissance, i.e. the pre-1970 era.Mutrah Fort:
The fort stands as an emblem of exquisite colonial architecture in Muscat, located on the harbour's eastern end. The fort was built by the Portuguese in the 1580s and, as such, makes for an interesting age-old attraction to explore.
Which are the best hotels in Muscat?
- Kempinski Hotel (5-star)
- Fraser Suites (5-star)
- W Muscat (5-star)
- Hilton Garden Inn (4-star)
- Park Inn by Radisson (4-star)
- Mysk Al Mouj (4-star)
- Muscat Hills Resort (3-star)
- Ibis Hotel (3-star)
- Hotel Swiss-Belinn (3-star)
- Tulip Inn (3-star)
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