Oman airport sees 72.3% drop in passengers traveling

Procedures for passengers travelling to and from Oman – COVID-19
Procedures for passengers travelling to and from Oman – COVID-19

Muscat: The number of passengers traveling through the Sultanate’s airports (Muscat International, Salalah, Sohar and Duqm) until the end of October 2020, decreased by 72.3 percent, to reach about 4,109,645 million passengers on board of 34,923 flights compared to 14,836,662 million passengers by the end of October 2019. On board 110,710 flights, a decrease in the number of flights was estimated at 68.4 percent.

In October 2020, 174,633 passengers traveled through Muscat International Airport, of whom 35 thousand and 46 were on domestic flights (the arrivals constituted 18,436 and the departures constituted 16, 610), while the number of passengers on international flights reached 139,587 passengers (of whom 60 thousand arrived And 332 and Departures 79,255).

With regard to the most moving nationalities at Muscat International Airport during the month of October 2020, the Indian nationality constituted the most moving number at the airport, reaching 44,787 passengers (of whom 17,791 and departing 26,996) and of the Bangladeshi nationality 15,789 passengers (of whom 8,000 arriving) And 116 and the departures 7 thousand and 673) and from the Pakistani nationality 20 thousand and 574 passengers (the arrivals of them are 10 thousand and 910 and the departures 9 thousand and 664).

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