By Staff writer
Approval is required from the Supreme Committee overseeing the sultanate's response to Covid-19
Oman Airports said its ready to resume handling passenger operations, once approval is given by the Supreme Committee overseeing the sultanate’s response to Covid-19.
In a statement, Oman Airports said, “We have worked to implement all extensive preventive measures in our airports, in preparation for the decision to return scheduled civil air traffic once approved."
In cooperation with our strategic partners, we have implemented necessary safety measures at our airports to prepare for the return of passenger operations, when officially approved.
International standards and regulations are strictly followed under the supervision of @PACAOMAN pic.twitter.com/2KQHM1bePr— مطارات عُمان (@OmanAirports) June 17, 2020
Minister of Transport, Dr Ahmed bin Mohammed bin Salim Al Futaisi, said: "There will be provided self-service travel, and preventive measures so that you will be fine and safe. All thanks to the national efforts made by aviation sector."