Oman Airports updates latest travel Guidelines and Requirements

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Muscat: Oman Airports on Thursday update the latest ravel procedures and requirements

Arriving in Oman:

If your are preparing to travel to Oman here are the steps that will guide you in your journey:

–  All travelers 18-years-old and above should have taken two doses of vaccine in order to enter the Sultanate of Oman from all airports.

– If you are fully vaccinated with a negative test result taken pre-arrival:

– Register through :

– Upload the vaccine certificate with the QR code through:

–  A negative result of Covid-19 PCR test, or a reservation for Covid-19 PCR test upon arrival to the Sultanate of Oman.

– Present the travel request from Travel Registration form (TRF) upon arrival.

Approved vaccines in Oman

2 doses of Pfizer BioNTech, Oxford Astrazeneca, Covidshield AstraZeneca, Sputnik, Sinovac, Moderna, and Sinopharm, or a single dose of Johnson & Johnson.

The last dose is required to be taken at least 14 days ahead of the estimatted arrival time.

Ministry of health publishes and update the list of vaccine approved in Oman.

All travelers arriving in the Sultanate of Oman are required to obtain international health insurance to cover the cost of one months treatment of Covid-19, with the exception of Omani citizens, GCC citizens, and travelers with free treatment cards.

Travelers below 18 and travelers with medically confirmed health conditions that prevent them from taking the vaccination are exempt from presenting the Covid-19 vaccine certificate and PCR test certificate.

Departing from Oman

Make sure to continuously check with your airline in order to learn about the requirements of the destination you are headed to, also don’t forget to consider the following requirements:

Consider online check-in, where possible, prior to arrival at the airport to avoid face-to-face contact at the airport.

Travelers need to be at the airport at least 3 hours before the official time of departure or 4 hours at most

Never travel if your display cover-19 symptoms

If required, PCR tests can be done at the Airport Drive-through and Walk-in facilities, located in P5 car park in Muscat and at Lifeline Hospital Salalah.

The cost of the drive-thru PCR test is 19 OMR, you can register for it through

Test results will be available within 24 hours at

The certified Ministry of Health test report is now electronically available on for a fee of 5 OMR

Keep checking the latest Covid-19 travel and testing requirements for your destination with your airline in case of any sudden updates.

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