Update on travel restrictions related to COVID-19

Latest update: November 8, 2020

New Entry Requirement to the Sultanate of Oman

The Supreme Committee for Dealing with COVID-19 announced on 11 November 2020 that travelers to Oman are now required to undergo a PCR test within 96 hours before arriving in the country and a second test upon arrival at the airport.

Those decisions come after resumption of commercial international flights to and from the Sultanate of Oman from October 1. Since then, Oman Airports has continued to update its precautionary and preventive measures to ensure compliance with the decisions of the local competent authorities, while ensuing the general safety and health of passengers, employees, and users of our airports.

Oman Airports COVID-19 Travel Guidance

If you are an Omani National or an expatriate resident travelling to, from and through the airports of the Sultanate of Oman, you must read the following passenger requirements before you book your travel.

On Arrival in Oman

The requirements for entering the Sultanate through Oman Airports as featured in the Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) Circular, effective from 11 November 2020.

Before you fly

Before booking a flight, passengers must consider the following requirements:

Travel Safely. Stay Healthy.

Oman Airports has implemented protective measures at the terminal building and at security checkpoints to make the travel procedures and screening process safer for our passengers and employees. Travelers are reminded to observe the following travel, safety, and health measures:

You will need the following documents to assist you:



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