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KLM to resume service to Muscat.


KLM Royal Dutch Airlines will resume service to Muscat this winter.

The airline said effective 3 December, KLM will operate five weekly roundtrips to the Omani capital with Airbus A330-200 aircraft. KLM also said that due to market circumstances in the wake of the September 2001 terrorist attacks, the airline was compelled to suspend service between Amsterdam and Muscat in early 2002.

Flight KL459 will reportedly depart from Amsterdam on Monday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday and Sunday mornings, and will fly to Muscat via Kuwait. The return flight, KL460, will return to Amsterdam via Kuwait the following morning.

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Date:Aug 10, 2007
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