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Oman Air to start service to Ras Al Khaimah

April 19- Oman Air will launch its daily service from Muscat to Ras Al Khaimah (UAE) from May 2, it was learnt on Sunday. This will be Oman Air’s 34th international destination and the third in UAE, the other two being Abu Dhabi and UAE.
Speaking on the occasion, Peter Hill, CEO, Oman Air, said: "Ras Al Khaimah is the 4th largest emirate in the UAE in terms of area and population and is a growing leisure destination. Oman Air’s foray into this new destination is sure to open a new market both for inbound and outbound travellers.”
 

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