Booking flights online from Muscat to Islamabad

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    About Muscat

    Muscat is the capital and the largest metropolitan city of Oman. The city was renowned as a historically significant trading post between the west and the east since the early 1st Century CE, and even features in the works of the Greek geographer Ptolemy. Modern Muscat boasts of a booming economy and multi-ethnic society, and is the site for several important mosques.

    About the Muscat airport

    Formerly known as the Seeb International Airport, Muscat International Airport serves all of Oman. The airport is located in the Muscat metropolitan area, 32 km away from the old city. The airport currently has a single two-story passenger terminal that connects to a number of regional and select international destinations. A new terminal is under construction to meet the recent surge in passenger traffic.

    Muscat airport address

    Muscat International Airport,
    Muscat, Oman,
    Telephone: +968 24 519223

    About Islamabad

    Islamabad is the capital city of Pakistan. It is the tenth-largest city in the country and is home to a population of more than five million inhabitants. Islamabad was built to replace Karachi as the capital city of Pakistan in the 1960s and is now a major financial and business hub. The city has several parks and forests including the Margalla Hills National Park and the Shakarparian Park, as well as prominent landmarks including the Faisal Mosque – the largest mosque in South Asia. It is one of the safest cities in Pakistan.

    About the Islamabad airport

    Islamabad is served by the Benazir Bhutto International Airport, which is the third-largest airport in the country. Formerly known as the Islamabad International Airport, it was renamed for the late Pakistani leader in 2008. The airport is located outside the city limits in Chaklala, Rawalpindi. It is a hub for Pakistan International Airlines and Shaheen Air International, and also a focus city for AirBlue.

    Islamabad airport address

    Benazir Bhutto International Airport,
    Airport Road, Rawalpindi, Pakistan,
    Telephone: +968 24 519223

    What is the frequency of Muscat to Islamabad flights

    With five flights per week between the two cities, the frequency of flights between Muscat and Islamabad is good. Before you plan your next getaway, make sure to look up Musafir.com for the best deals on Muscat to Islamabad flights.

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