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|Cheapest Month||January, March|
|Most Popular Month||July|
|Best Day to Fly||Tuesday|
|Most Popular Route||JFK – MCT|
|Most Famous Airport||Muscat International Airport|
|Duration from direct flight||15 hrs 5 mins (average)|
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Flight information New York to Muscat
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Average Flight time, Total distance 11747 kilometres
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Tips and Tricks to get cheapest flights from New York to Muscat
If you are planning to travel to Muscat from New York, then this data can help you a lot in finding cheaper rate flights. These are some facts and data that can help you in finding the cheapest flight from New York to Muscat.
- In order to get below-average price, make sure to book the tickets at least 5 weeks before departure.
- Try to book morning flights, if possible as morning departure is around 42% cheaper than an evening flight
Did You Know
Interestingly, Muscat is among the Terrorism-free cities in the world.
Muscat is the largest city and is also the capital of Oman. It is known as the Global city and is surrounded by deserts and mountains. Muscat has a population of over 630,000. It lies on the Arabian Sea along the Gulf of Oman.
Millions of people are captivated by the charm of Dubai but only some of them pay attention to the beautiful city that lies within Oman. Muscat is a land where you don’t have to choose between the deserts, hills and beaches as you can enjoy all three of them there.
Places to Visit in Muscat
- Sultan Qaboos Grand Mosque
- The Royal Opera House
- Bait Al Zubair
- Qurum Beach
- Wadi Al Arbaeen
- Amouage Perfumery
- Ghalya’s Modern Museum of Art
- Mutrah Corniche
- Sultan’s Palace Mohammed Al Ameen Mosque
Mainly the city has only one airport- Muscat International Airport
Currently, the cheapest round-trip tickets can be found on SWISS, KLM, and Lufthansa
As of now, there are no airlines that fly directly from JFK to Muscat.
At JFK, the summers are humid and warm and the winters are windy and cold and are partly cloudly around the year whereas in Muscat the summers are short, humid and partly cloudy and the winters are dry, comfortable and mostly clear.