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Air Arabia's first operation to Sohar Airport

Posted 17 July 2017 · Add Comment

Oman Airports has congratulated Air Arabia on its first international flight to Sohar Airport from Sharjah on direct three weekly flights with an A320 Aircraft.

Sohar Airport is now able to receive 500,000 passengers annually with state of the art facilities and a runway that can accommodate A380 aircrafts.

Sohar Airport will function as a new gateway for passengers, cargo, courier traffic, domestic and emergency alternative to Muscat International Airport.

Sohar offers stunning nature, untouched beaches and provides adventurous activities, in addition to the strategic placement of Sohar port and free Zone strongly places Sohar on the global map.

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