Oman reopens Muscat International Airport and Salalah Airport

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Muscat: Oman to reopens Muscat International Airport and Salalah Airport today 1st October after closure nearly to 7 months on March .

Oman Airports announces in a statement online: We are pleased to welcome all passengers travelling through our airports tonight starting at midnight and stress on the importance of adhering to the following guidelines:

If you plan on traveling soon, please check the (Corona Virus Travel Guide) released by @CAAOMN which includes all the safety procedures followed at our airports and the recommendations to ensure a safe travel experience for everyone .

Stay tuned, as we will continuously be posting till midnight all the necessary guidelines for everyone who wishes to travel from or to the Sultanate through #OmanAirports, and it delights us to answer all the questions related to the new travel guidelines starting from today.

Passengers arriving at Muscat International Airport and Salalah Airport please visit the following link of Travel Checklist and Guide that includes all the procedures required to enter the Sultanate of Oman

Guidelines set for a safe and comfortable travel experience for travelers arriving to Oman. #OmanAirport #FlyConfidently

The Guidelines described the steps needed to complete the online payment of a fee of OMR 25 and to submit the online registration form. The Guidelines indicated that all passengers staying in the country for a period of more than 7 days are required to download “Tarassud+” application.

Additionally, the Guidelines provide information on the protocols to be followed upon arrival at the Sultanate’s airports. Upon arrival, passengers who have not completed the online registration form and made online payment will be guided to the “COVID-19” test registration counters. They will be asked to connect their phone to the airport WiFi or to proceed to Omantel stores designated to help passengers complete online payment. Passengers will then need to download the Tarassud+ smart application.

Additionally, the Guidelines provide information on the protocols to be followed upon arrival at the Sultanate’s airports. Upon arrival, passengers who have not completed the online registration form and made online payment will be guided to the “COVID-19” test registration counters. They will be asked to connect their phone to the airport WiFi or to proceed to Omantel stores designated to help passengers complete online payment. Passengers will then need to download the Tarassud+ smart application, said in.a statement.

Afterwards, passengers are required to head towards passport control and immigration where they will have to present a payment receipt obtained after having registered online as proof of the purchased service. Passengers staying in the Sultanate for more than 7 days must then head to the PCR testing area where they will be tested in accordance with the adopted measures.

The guidelines also indicated that passengers staying for over 7 days must wear the medical supervisor bracelet, which will be delivered with Tarassud+ application installed on their phone, and they will have to remain in quarantine for 14 days. During the quarantine period, the passengers must keep their phone and bracelet on them at all times, and should they disregard these measures, they will be fined and held legally accountable.

Once passengers leave airport grounds, they will have to perform a self-diagnosis using the medical assessment feature of the Tarassud+ application that allows them to evaluate their symptoms and subsequently follow a pre-determined set of instructions. Should any emergency arise, passengers are to contact the following numbers: 24441998 – 24441999.

source: omanairports

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