Oman has tightened its visa rules as of resumption of international flight operations, the Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) of Oman said in a statement that they were preparing to receive travellers as services are being resumed in a gradual manner.
A spokesperson of Civil Aviation Authority said that, Oman Air and Salam Air will resume their services from 1st of October, although in a limited scale with a reduced number of flights and reduced destinations.
He further added that “The new set of rules mandates those entering Oman from October 1, to get a PCR test done after arrival. Additionally, arriving passengers must also be insured to cover the cost of at least 30-days of COVID-19 treatment should the need arise.”
Permission from the ministry of foreign Affairs and a no objection certificate (NOC) from the sponsor company where the traveller works are also made obligatory, The spokesperson of Civil Aviation Authority of Oman said
The spokesperson also said that “A 14-day quarantine is also compulsory, during which time the whereabouts and movements of the person will be monitored by a wearable monitoring band.”
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