Omani startup SalamAir has delayed the launch of revenue flights to Jan. 30. The Muscat-based low-cost carrier (LCC) had been aiming for mid- to late-December 2016 to begin services. The airline’s first route will be between Muscat and the Arabian nation’s second city, Salalah, some 550 nm to the southwest, near the border with Yemen. Multiple daily flights are planned and will be followed by the company’s first international route, to Dubai, on Feb. 15. The airline will ...

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