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About SalamAir

SalamAir is a low-cost airline based in Oman and headquartered at Muscat International Airport.

Salam Air flies to many destinations including, Muscat, Salalah, Sohar, Pakistan, Karachi, Multan, Sialkot, Saudi Arabia, Jeddah, Medina, UAE - Dubai. Salam Air was founded in 2014 and is owned by the Muscat National Development and investment Company (ASAAS).

The airline operates 3 A320-200s leased from South America's LATAM Group. Since its launch, SalamAir has been committed to redefining air travel in the region and position Oman as an international travel hub. As it continues to grow, it will maintain its strong focus on serving the needs and demands of its guests on under-served plus popular short-haul routes. Today it has increased connectivity from Muscat, Salalah and Suhar to Dubai, Jeddah, Karachi and Sialkot.



SalamAir Baggage

Carry-on Baggage

Passengers may bring with them one item of unchecked hand baggage. This must fit within the dimensions 56 x 45 x 25cm and must not exceed 7kg. In addition to this, passengers are permitted one small laptop bag or small handbag, not exceeding 25 x 33 x 20cm.


Checked Baggage

Flights with SalamAir do not include baggage in the ticket fare. You can book baggage on your flight after or during the booking process. No item must measure more than 160cm, when combining the width + depth + length, and must not weigh more than 32kg per individual item.



SalamAir Destinations

      Azerbaijan   Baku (seasonal)  
      Dhaka   Bangladesh  
      Egypt   Alexandria  
      Georgia   Tbilisi (seasonal)  
      Iraq   Najaf  
      Iran   Shiraz  
      Nepal   Kathmandu  
      Oman   Mukhaizna  
      Pakistan   Karachi  
      Qatar   Doha  
      Saudi Arabia   Jeddah  
      Sudan   Khartoum  
      United Arab Emirates   Dubai  



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SalamAir Hub Airport

Muscat International Airport

Muscat International Airport, previously known as Seeb International Airport, is the main international airport of Oman. The airport was first opened in 1973, but now serves around 14 million passengers a year from its 2 terminals and 2 runways.

Muscat Airport is also the hub for Oman’s national airline Oman Air, and also operates flights for a number of airlines including Air India, Emirates, Kish Air, PIA and Swiss International Air Lines.



SalamAir News

10th May 2018

SalamAir adjust proposed Dhaka launch

Oman’s low-cost carrier SalamAir recently revised its proposed operation fromMuscat to Dhaka in the GDS timetable listing. Instead of launching on the 1st of June, it will now commence operations on 1st July 2018. Airbus A320 aircraft is scheduled to operate 4 times a week.


4th October 2017

SalamAir Introduces Flights To Dubai

Hailed as one of the Oman’s first budget airlines, SalamAir announced the operation of daily flights to Dubai International commencing on October 8.

The new route will complement SalamAir’s flight to Al Maktoum International Airport until the flights re-route as planned on October 28.

“The addition of flights to Dubai International is in response to our guests’ requests and the growing demand for an affordable alternative to this popular destination,” said Mohamed Ahmed, CEO, SalamAir. He added, “Dubai International Airport is one of the most prominent hubs in the region and we are in negotiations with some of the city’s tourism and business attraction to offer our guests even more value-added services.”


11th September 2017

SalamAir Appoints Captain Mohamed Ahmed As CEO

SalamAir Board of Directors has appointed Captain Mohamed Ahmed as Chief Executive Officer effective October 2nd 2017.

Reputed for delivering operational, commercial and financial results in the aviation industry, Captain Mohamed Ahmed will be leading SalamAir through its next phase of development focusing on driving efficiency, performance and customer satisfaction.

An industry veteran with over 30 years of experience, Captain Mohamed Ahmed joins SalamAir from Air Arabia where he occupied the post of Group Director of Operations & Maintenance and many other roles within the organisation including being an active Board Member in many of the Joint Ventures and subsidiaries. During his tenure at Air Arabia, he played a key role in the start-up of the airline and most of its subsidiaries, including setting-up five new AOCs across the Arab world and the Far East.

He was also involved in major projects with the airline like the aircraft and simulator orders, airport expansion, starting and operating the Pilot Aviation Academy, in addition, he was the Director Manager for some of the subsidiary airlines and companies plus he took the role of identifying vendors and state-of-the-art IT systems.

Khalid bin Hilal Al Yahmadi, Chairman of SalamAir, said:

“It is our pleasure to welcome Captain Mohamed Ahmed to SalamAir. His wealth of knowledge and experience in the industry will play a pivotal role in the Airline’s growth and development journey.”

He went on to say:

“As a young, home-grown airline, SalamAir has achieved many milestones in record time. In fact, in just eight months it opened the skies to more than 380,000 guests flying over 450,000,000 kilometres to seven destinations. We are confident that with Captain Mohamed Ahmed at the helm, SalamAir will claim its position as one of the region’s leading budget airlines.”

Captain Mohamed Ahmed said:

“I have been following SalamAir’s progress from the very start and am proud to be joining and working alongside the team to make SalamAir the traveling partner of choice for guests flying between our ever-expanding destinations. The success of a budget airline business model is centred on offering safe and affordable flights which represent a great value for money. I plan to build a winning team and apply my experience and know-how to write the next chapter of SalamAir’s success story.”