Update on travel restrictions related to coronavirus (COVID-19).
Latest update: September 10, 2020
Latest Travel Decisions by Oman's Supreme Committee for Dealing with COVID-19
The Supreme Committee for Dealing with COVID-19 announced that the Sultanate of Oman will recommence international flights suspended since March due to COVID-19 pandemic. The opening of air traffic for international flights will start from October 1, 2020, provided that the flights are scheduled according to the data for specific destinations and the bilateral agreements with the various air carriers. 
Latest Travel Alerts and Updates by Oman Airport
Following the decision of the Supreme Committee on resuming commercial international flights from 1 October 2020, Oman Airports is preparing to restart passenger operations and re-commence international and domestic flight services gradually from all the Sultanate’s airports. New travel protocols as well as a series of precautionary and preventive measures will be implemented in compliance with the directives issued by the Ministry of Health and other relevant authorities,  with the aim to protect the safety and health of all our passengers, employees and users of our airports and to prevent the spread of COVID-10 through our airports. 
In preparation of the resumption of operations across all our airports, Oman Airports will continue to update passengers with information on the new travel protocols and airports’ procedures in a timely manner via our website and other media channels. 
Passengers are strongly advised to check travel requirements and airport procedures by visiting our website or by contacting travel agent or their airline prior to travel. 
We wish you a safe journey and remind you to take proper precautions and stay safe during your travels.