Oman flights delayed
Muscat, June 6, 2007
Oman Air said the carrier decided to cancel all its scheduled flights after 8pm to and from Muscat on Tuesday, June 05.
Airport officials in Bahrain said flights to Muscat might resume by this evening after authorties reviewed the situation.
Reports, citing airline sources in Muscat, said last night's decision was aimed at handling the emergency air circumstance experienced in the Sultanate.
The source said the carrier had decided to convert until further notice all Oman Air flights to airports in Dubai, Doha and Bahrain.
The source noted also that a number of planes would also be transferred to Salalah Civil Airport.
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