Muscat: Oman Airports carried out trial test of conducting laboratory examination and monitoring, under the supervision of the Civil Aviation Authority, the Ministry of Health and the Royal Oman Police.
The trial test will assess the readiness of Muscat International Airport for additional health measures that will be applied at the Sultanate’s airports as of October 1, 2020.
In the presence of His Excellency the Undersecretary of the Ministry of Health for Health Affairs, His Excellency the President of the Civil Aviation Authority and representatives of entities operating at #Muscat_International Airport,
Since this morning, the operational trials of the return of operations at the airport have continued to ensure the readiness of the systems and the effectiveness of the precautionary measures.
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