Private jet to Oman: why rental flights are the way to go
Here are the reasons why you should choose Fast Private Jet to reach Oman
If you are looking for an easy way to fly to Oman without wasting time, you are in the right place.
Forget about long queues, limited flights availability and prying eyes during the flight.
With Fast Private Jet, you'll experience an actual comfortable and luxurious journey.
Let me demonstrate that to you.
All the advantages of flying from the UK to Oman by private jet
Although Muscat is a city of almost one and a half million inhabitants and its airport is a modern and well-equipped facility, most connections to major European countries, as well as the UK, involve one – if not two – layovers before arriving in the capital.
This means that the availability of scheduled flights is limited.
Among other things, taking a scheduled plane means having to adapt to the timetables and dates set by the airlines, as well as going to the airport a few hours before departure and wasting precious time in long check-in and baggage-boarding queues.
And it doesn't end there: the waiting also continues in the lobby and is repeated once you arrive at your destination. Renting a private jet, on the other hand, allows you to arrive comfortably at the airport, get to the plane via the fast lane and leave without wasting time.
Then there is the incredible amount of additional services you can enjoy in a private chartered aircraft.
Let's look at some of them.
The services available to you in a Fast Private Jet private plane
A flight with a private jet includes all the positive aspects we have already mentioned; in addition, it gives you the opportunity to shape the journey to your liking with a series of extra arrangements and services that will brighten up your stay in the cabin.
If, for example, you want to use your commute time to work, our private jet hire agency can equip your cabin with all the equipment you need, including a maxi screen for video conferencing.
But let's assume you want to relax during the flight: in that case, we have several solutions for you, whether you wish to make the journey alone or bring along family, colleagues, friends, or anyone else.
Would you like to sip a bottle of excellent wine while having lunch or dinner at high altitude? Among the various options we can offer you is an on-board chef! Would you like to kill some time with a beauty treatment or a relaxing massage? This is also possible!
And if the people travelling with you have different needs from yours, we can offer you a package including luxury suites and business cabins to meet the needs of all passengers. In addition, we can organize your welcome at the airport upon arrival and your first transfer once you arrive at your destination.
Three must-sees of Oman you cannot miss
Undoubtedly, the capital Muscat ranks first among the best must-see attractions in Oman.
It is one of the oldest cities on the peninsula, with archaeological remains documenting the existence of a fishing village as early as the fifth millennium BC. Indeed, since antiquity its port has played an important role in trade by acting as a bridge between Africa and Asia.
Today's capital offers the curious visitor picturesque landscapes and many historical and cultural points of interest. We recommend not to miss the Grand Mosque of Sultan Qaboos, the Royal Opera House, a central place in the cultural life of the entire Sultanate.
A walk along the waterfront, the corniche, to the port of Mutrah, with its famous fish market and large souq, is a must. In fact, it will be exciting to enter the shops that for centuries have been the scene of haggling between incense merchants from all over Asia.
On the list of what to see in Oman in 7 days, or 10, depending on your availability, you cannot miss the desert. Its charm is unique, characterised by endless expanses immersed in silence.
The Wahiba Sands desert is the heart of Oman and covers an area of 12,500 km². During the excursion to the Wahiba Sands desert, it will be possible to observe the Bedouins, who still live according to ancient rhythms by herding dromedaries.
The landscape, with dunes shading from red to yellow to ochre, is always exciting. Thanks to its location, the Wahiba Sands desert can be easily reached in a few hours from Muscat or from Nizwa or Sur.
Finally, we recommend a visit to Wadi Bani Khalid, an oasis that leaves you speechless with its lush greenery and surrounding villages. A swim in the clear waters of Wadi Bani Khalid is ideal for those who have just been on a desert excursion!
Among the best things to see in Oman, you cannot miss the Musandam Peninsula. Separated from the rest of the country and strategically located on the Gulf of Oman, this Omani enclave borders only the United Arab Emirates. A still little-explored place that we can admire by extending our tour of Oman by a few days, or after exploring nearby Dubai.
Nicknamed the Norway of Arabia, the peninsula is characterised by deep rocky inlets and pristine bays, called 'khor'. The ideal way to visit Musandam, however, is on board dhows, the typical Omani boats. If you are wondering where to sleep in Musandam, the answer is definitely Khasab. In fact, this city is the ideal starting point for all excursions in the Peninsula.
In this article, we discussed the main reasons why you should reach Oman by private jet.
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