Oman Airports

Oman has three Airports; which are:

  • Khasab Airport
    (IATA airport code: KHS, ICAO: OOKB) is located in Khasab State, Musandam Governorate, north of the Sultanate of Oman. The airport receives daily flights from Muscat International Airport operated by Oman Air.
  • Muscat International Airport
    (IATA airport code: MCT, ICAO: OOMS) is the main airport in the Sultanate of Oman. Muscat Airport is located in Wilayt As Seeb.
    Oman Airports Management Company S.A.O.C. (OAMC) operates the airport, which lies about 30 kilometers from old Muscat. Taxis are the only means of transport available there.
    Work is currently under way on airport expansion to increase passenger capacity to about 12 million passengers and the project is expected to open in 2014.
  • Salalah Airport
    (IATA airport code: SLL, ICAO: OOSA) is the second international airport in Oman. Oman Air has direct flights from and into Salalah Airport, in addition to regular direct flights from some Gulf countries. Work is already under way to expand the airport and it is expected to open in 2014.

Sea Ports in Oman:

Oman has 3 Sea Ports and 2 industrial Ports, which are:

  • AD Duqum Port
    AD Duqum Port in Al Wusta region enjoys a superior and open location. It is a multi-purpose port and its importance has increased after building a dry dock for ship repair to be added to the many facilities already present in the port.
  • Khasab Port
    This port lies in the state of Khasab in Musandam Governorate and is used for traditional tourist ships.
  • Salalah Port
    Salalah Port of is one of the most distinguished ports regionally and internationally. Its strategic location on the Arabian Sea plays an important role in attaining this distinguished status. Salalah Port receives cruise ships:
  • Sohar Port
    This industrial port is located in Sohar in Al-Batinah region:
  • Port Sultan Qaboos
    Port Sultan Qaboos is considered the main maritime gateway to the Sultanate of Oman. Because of its prime location, it is one of the major ports in the region and receives cruise ships: