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Whether you’re planning an around the world trip, or just a quick hop across the Arabian sea- saving hundreds and getting the opportunity to fly business class is wonderful. Oman Air, one of the most up and coming carriers in the world is offering fantastic deals to India and Sri Lanka, battling it out with local favorite Etihad for the lowest prices.

a sun shining through the treesThe Great Deals

Oman Air is offering round trip business class for just $445 and up from Dubai to top destinations like Colombo, Sri Lanka and Indian cities including Mumbai, Delhi, Hyderabad and many more. These aren’t the longest flights, but fast track, lounges and comfort for this price is fantastic. There are similar great deals out of Abu Dhabi, where Etihad is offering their lowest prices of the year as well. While most of these seats won’t be fully flat, you’ll score a lot of perks.

a white and blue airplane on a runwayThe Dates You Can Jet Off

These deals are widely available from November 2017 thru May 2018. Not every date will be available, so we suggest playing around to ensure you get the very best prices. We’ve included links below which take you directly to the best prices from each city.

a rooftop bar with a view of the cityHow To Book

The amazing Oman Air fares seem to only be available via online travel agents, such as Momondo. Here are links to the best deals from Dubai to Sri Lanka, Dubai To Delhi, Dubai to Mumbai, and Abu Dhabi to New Delhi. Enjoy India or Sri Lanka, especially since the journey will be smooth sailing now too!

HT: YHBU, danke.

Gilbert Ott

Gilbert Ott is an ever curious traveler and one of the world's leading travel experts. His adventures take him all over the globe, often spanning over 200,000 miles a year and his travel exploits are regularly...

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