SalamAir is a low-cost airline based in Oman and headquartered at Muscat International Airport. The airline flies to over 30 destinations across the Middle East, Central Asia and parts of Southeast Asia. As SalamAir is a low-cost carrier it gives people the choice and flexibility without having to compromise on their experience.
Flights from SalamAir launched at the beginning of 2017, with an initial service between Muscat and Salalah. It flew its first international flight just one month later with service between Muscat and Dubai, one of its most popular routes to date.
The airline is the first low-cost carrier in Oman and the premier airline for low-cost flights in, out and throughout the country.
SalamAir has a different baggage policy for carry-on and checked baggage policy.
Passengers may bring with them one item of unchecked hand baggage. This must fit within the dimensions 56 x 45 x 25cm (22 x 18 x 10in) and must not exceed 7kg / 15lbs. In addition to this, passengers are permitted one small laptop bag or small handbag, not exceeding 25 x 33 x 20cm (10 x 13 x 8in). You must not pack any prohibited items as this will be removed and thrown away at the airport. Prohibited items include illgal substances, liquids over 100ml and sharp objects.
Flights with SalamAir don't include baggage within the price of the ticket on basic fares. However, you can book baggage on your flight after or during the booking process. If passengers choose the Friendly or Benefit fare, they're given 20 kg / 44 lbs of free checked baggage. No item of baggage can weigh more than 160cm / 63in, when combining the width + depth + length, and must not weigh more than 32kg / 71lbs per individual item.
The Economy Class cabin is the only class fare that SalamAir offers.
Economy Class offers a professional service, with a modern cabin, particularly on A320neo.
Seats are set out in a 3 x 3 formation. Seats give standard legroom and comfort for A320 Economy Class seats. No matter where you are flying to or flying from, Salamair gives you the chance to select your seats prior to your flight, whether its the window seat, middle seat or the seats with extra legroom.
Within Economy Class, passengers can choose three different fares:
You are given an allowance of 7 kg / 15 lbs of carry-on baggage.
You are given an allowance of 7 kg / 15 lbs of carry-on baggage and 20 kg / 44 lbs of checked baggage.
You are given an allowance of 7 kg / 15 lbs of carry-on baggage, 20 kg / 44 lbs of checked baggage, a free meal and free seat-selection.
SalamAir doesn't offer in-flight entertainment.
Currently there's no WIFI network on SalamAir flights.
Only passengers flying in the Benefit class fare are entitled to a complimentary meal. Passengers flying in Light and Friendly will have to purchase their meal on-board once in-flight.
SalamAir offers passengers a range of light snacks and drinks, including sandwiches and rolls, with both meat and vegetarian options that you can purchase on-board.
SalamAir passengers can check in online or at the airport.
Online check-in is available on select SalamAir flights. Passengers must click the check-in tab and enter their booking reference and their last name to locate their booking and check-in. You can check-in online 24-hours before the departure time. For a quick and easy airport journey, please ensure to check-in online.
Passengers who can't or choose not to check-in online must complete check-in at the airport. This can be done by visiting one of the check-in agents at the airline check-in desk at the airport. The designated check-in area should be clearly marked with the airline name and logo. For the exact check-in area, please refer to the departure information board or the airport staff. SalamAir recommend that you arrive at the airport 2 hours before the departure time for domestic flights and 3 hours before for international flights. Failure to comply with the airline's check-in deadline may result in the loss of fare.
SalamAir's frequent flyer programme is called 'More on Air'.
SalamAir's frequent flyer program, More On Air, gives frequent flyers on SalamAir the opportunity to enjoy a range of benefits each time they fly on the airline. These benefits can range from cheap flights redeemed from air miles to an additional baggage allowance.
SalamAir isn't a member of any airline alliance.
SalamAir flies to many destinations, including across Asia, including Salalah, Doha, Jeddah, Dubai, Tehran and Dhaka.
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Muscat International Airport, previously known as Seeb International Airport, is the main international airport of Oman and the hub for SalamAir. The airport was first opened in 1973 and now serves millions of passengers a year. The airport has 2 runways.
Muscat International Airport has 2 terminals: Terminal 1 and Terminal 2. Terminal 1 is a new terminal that initially brought the airport's capacity up to 20 million passengers a year upon completion of the first stage of opening. Terminal 2 is the old terminal, the terminal featured 58 check-in counters, 23 departure gates, 4 baggage reclaim belts and a number of service counters and stores.
SalamAir has a fleet of A320neo narrowbody aircraft. These Airbus 320neos replaced their old Airbus 320 aircraft, which enhanced the company's fuel and operational efficiency.