Salam Air plans more Thai flights

BANGKOK, 30 March 2023: Salam Air plans to increase flights to Thailand according to the general sales agency LTU Asia Aviation Services, which handles the airline’s sales in Thailand.

Salam Air, home-based in Oman, Muscat, plans to operate daily flights to Bangkok up from the current four weekly flights from Muscat. The airline is promoting a one-way Muscat – Bangkok fare starting at OMR84. Flight time on the A321 is six hours and 15 minutes, departing Muscat at 2225 and arriving in Bangkok at 0715. The airline also serves Phuket with four weekly flights from Muscat.

Last month, Salam Air introduced weekly flights from Muscat to Mashhad and Almaty to meet the growing medical, business, and leisure tourism demand.


  1. With Bangkok international airport Suvarnabhumi totally overwhelmed by the many arrivals, how are they going to cope with even more ??? You are welcomed by hours long queues to get into the country, and even departing passengers have long waits at baggage check and immigration !! Unmanned desks everywhere, time lost at baggage checks, one wonders what on earth is happening here . Bad management certainly, but why is nothing being done ?

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