Muscat, Omani Transport and Communications Ministry has announced its readiness alongside with its strategic partners to start the commercial operation of the passenger terminal at A'Duqm Airport scheduled for Monday.
After the success of the 45-day operational tests conducted by the operating companies affiliated to Oman Aviation Group, including Oman Airports, Oman Air and Oman Aviation Services in cooperation with a number of relevant government agencies, the airport will start operations today, Oman News Agency (ONA) reported.
The airport is the third among the Sultanate's airports to enter the service with all its operational facilities after Muscat International Airport and Salalah Airport, which is expected to achieve economic value added to the national economy and supports the economic diversification programmes of the country.
The airport will play a prominent role in supporting the projects of the Special Economic Zone of A'Duqm and the Governorate of Al Wusta in general.
Source: Bahrain News Agency