Muscat - Doha (KLM, World Business Class, A330-200)
Doha - Amsterdam (KLM, World Business Class, A330-200)
Amsterdam – Paris CDG (KLM, Europe Business Class, B737-800)
[SOON] We are back to Dubai Airport for this short flight to Muscat. Emirates, FlyDubai, Kuwait Airways, Oman Air & Swiss are offering DXB-MCT flights. I don’t wanna flight low-cost, KU & LX frequency are limited and Emirates is very expensive for this OW, hence we settled with Oman Air.
A bland boarding pass unfortunately
King of the airport is Emirates of course
And some Indian carriers, with this B737-800 Jet Airways (I flew this very same aircraft VT-JGG back in 2007, CLICK-HERE FOR THE FR)
A321 Air India
But where is D……?
It’s very difficult at DXB to see aircraft, I only grab a picture of this A321 Qatar Airways from the foodcourt
Our aircraft is the scheduled B737-800
Business class cabin in a 2-2 configuration
Seats looks tired and the fabric doesn’t look very new
And a scratched window unfortunately A320-200 Gulf Air
A320 Indigo & A321 Royal Jordanian
Safety is done using overhead monitors
Airshow, my favourite program!
This flight is only 45mn, there is a choice of beef or cheese sandwiches, OJ & water are offered too
Sandwiches were pretty good albeit a bit small.
Sun is slowly declining
A new terminal is under construction, which is desperately needed I guess as Muscat is today a bus only airport.
The smallest member of WY fleet, the ATR42
Another B737-800 passing by.
Dubai - DXB
Muscat - MCT
It’s difficult to judge an airline on a short flight, still WY was rather cheap and delivers a solid product with an on time flight and an appropriate catering, the only downside is the cabin a bit worn but at least they have airshow.
From what I have seen on FR their E-jet are much better (FR ID#6060).
Thank you for reading.
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