(CEO) of OAMC
, Member of the Board of Directors of the Airports
is currently working closely with all airlines, travel agencies, tourism promoting websites including the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, to ensure that this policy is clearly communicated to all travelers to and from Oman.
Senior staff at OAMC
said: "Oman Airports Management Company wants to ensures that all airports in the sultanate constantly achieve the highest overall quality performance, providing travelers with excellent facilities and service."
's chief executive officer, Sheikh Aimen al Hosni, said: "We are delighted to be able to facilitate the development of the Oman Air's crew reporting building and provide the necessary land for its construction."
Time of Oman reported that OAMC
CEO Sheikh Aimen Al Hosni said: "BTA was chosen based on strict criteria with regards to quality and commitment to hospitality and reception, in addition it its global reputation, which has qualified them to win the contract for the next 10 years."
Having welcomed more than 10 million passengers to Muscat International airport in 2015, OAMC
is on the way to achieving its vision of becoming a top 20 global airport by 2020 having demonstrated impressive 18% year on year growth.
has engaged in commercial talks with Emirates and Etihad Airways to start flights from Dubai and Abu Dhabi, respectively, to Salalah Airport, Al Yafaey said, adding he is hopeful they will start in time for the 2016 Khareef season.
Juma Ali Juma Al Juma, chairman of OAMC
, said: "As our airports continue to ex- pand in the region and global passengers increase in theMiddle East, we look forward to benefiting from the global expertise that JCDecaux will provide to our clients and pas- sengers.
Oman Air , OAMC
and SATS signed Memorandum Of Understanding (MOU) on 12th September 2013 at Oman Air Head Office in Muscat.
attributed the growth in traffic to several factors, notably to the growing number of tourists and businessmen visiting the country, the launch of operations by new airlines such as flyDubai and Kenya Airways, and an increase in the frequency of flights by existing carriers.
This approach is known as Once-A-Month Cooking (or OAMC
has put out a statement that read "Oman Airports Management Company would like to invite qualified local and international companies to participate in the Request For Proposal for a 'Luxury Watches Boutique' at Muscat International Airport." The documents for the proposal for interested companies cost OMR300, according to the request, and the closing date for document submissions is July 31, 2019.