Cheap Flights From Clark International To Muscat
Flight information Luzon Clark International to Muscat
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Average flight time, total distance 6558 kilometres
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Muscatis the capital of Oman and the Middle Eastern country's largest city. The city is located in the northeast region of Oman, along with the Gulf of Oman. It is a beautiful oasis, with breathtaking attractions such as forts, mosques, palaces, dunes and souks. The third largest mosques in the world, the Sultan Qaboos Grand Mosque, can be found here. The entire complex is a popular attraction as it is open to non-Muslim visitors. The majestic Al Jalali and Al Mirani forts which used to be prisons during the Portuguese occupation are now museums. Inside the museum are artifacts featuring Omani history and culture. These two forts flank the beautiful Qasr Al Alam Royal Palace. No visitors are allowed, but photography is permitted at the entrance. Other than beautiful architecture, Muscat also offers many opportunities for sports and recreation. Riding the dunes and whale watching are just some of the activities enjoyed by visitors to Muscat.
Flying From Clark International to Muscat
There are no direct flights between Clark in Pampanga and Muscat in Oman.Currently, the flights from Clark International to Muscat are operated by connecting flights with one stop are with the following airline's Emirates and Qatar Airways. Emirates flies to Muscat via Dubai, while Qatar Airways flies via Doha. There are other airlines offering connecting flights with more stops. Do check out other flight connections, airline combinations and get the cheapest fares by using Skyscanner's Price Alert feature.
Budget Airlines that fly from Clark International to Muscat
There are no budget airlines that currently fly from Clark International to Muscat in Oman.
Departure from Clark International Airport (CRK)
Clark International Airport is located inside the Clark Freeport Zone in Pampanga. The most convenient way to get to the airport is by bus or taxi. A bus is an affordable option if you are not traveling with much luggage. Fares range from PHP 150.00-250.00. A taxi from Angeles City to the airport will cost around PHP 500.00.
International passengers need to pay PHP 1650.00 for travel tax and PHP 600.00 for a terminal fee at the airport. Filipinos who are intending to visit Oman should have a Philippine passport that is valid for at least six months beyond the date of your expected exit from Oman. A visitor visa is required for Philippine nationals traveling to Oman. It can be attained upon arrival at Muscat International Airport.
Arrival at Muscat Airport (MCT)
The Muscat International Airport, formerly known as the Seeb International Airport, is the only international airport in Oman. The airport serves both domestic and international flights. It is located 34 km west of the Muscat city center and is conveniently accessible from the city. Upon arrival, visitors may enjoy the duty-free shops and dining outlets at the terminal. There are also banks, ATMs, and currency exchange counters. There is no bus or rail service from the Muscat International Airport. The best way to travel into the city is by taxi or rental car. Taxi fare starts from 15 Omani Rial (PHP 1941.30) to 45 Omani Rial (PHP 5824.10). Many hotels also provide free shuttle service to and from the airport for their guests.
What to Expect in Muscat
Maxi taxis, locally known as baisa buses, ply the highway from Seeb to the Corniche area. Fares start at 100 Biasa (PHP 12.94). Taxis are a more expensive way to travel around the city. Short journeys within the city would cost approximately 1 Omani Rial (PHP 129.42).
The climate in Muscat is tropical, with very hot and humid weather all year round. The best time to visit Muscat would be between October to March, which is the winter season. The average temperature during the day is a bearable 30 degree Celsius while the nights are cooler with the temperature dropping down to an average of 15 degree Celsius.
Food in Muscat is quite comparable to the cost of food in Clark. For 1-3 Omani Rials (PHP 129.42- 388.26) you can get a good meal, depending on where you eat.
This information is correct as of January 2017.
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