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New bus from Dubai to Oman for AED55

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Ever wanted to visit Oman? Now you can hop on a bus and head straight to Muscat for only AED55 for a one-way ticket.

The Roads and Transport Authority and Oman’s National Transport Company – Mwasalat – have launched the brand-new route connecting the UAE to the popular tourist spot.

It will operate three times a day from Rashidiya Metro Bus Station, Airport Terminal 2 and Abu Hail Station.

The one-way journey takes around six hours and costs AED55, while a return ticket costs AED90.

The three daily buses will leave at 7.30am, 3.30pm and 11pm. So if you take the early one, you will be in Muscat before the early afternoon and have plenty of time to hit up the best attractions, go on a shopping spree or bask in the sunshine.

In Oman, the buses will have eleven stops on the way to Muscat including Shinas, Sohar, Barka, Muscat Airport and the Athiba Bus Stations.

There will be stops at these places on the way back as well.

With a capacity of 50 passengers, the luxury buses all have free WiFi, adaptive cruise control and driver assist for additional safety.

The Dubai to Muscat bus service by Oman’s Mwasalat has been running for years.

But, Ahmad Behroozian, CEO of RTA’s Public Transport Agency said the new joint venture will add value to existing services with new buses and more stops.

It’s the perfect time to explore a new city.

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