Oman will take part in the GCC Tourism Summit in Saudi Arabia’s capital Riyadh, to be held on June 1 and 2.
The summit will increase the efforts to promote tourism in the GCC and enhance the role of the private sector while
Oman Air will introduce its award-winning Airbus A330-200 aircraft to the hugely popular Muscat to Doha service next month.
From June 1, the A330s will operate every Sunday (WY670), Monday (WY670) and Tuesday (WY664) as part of th
Haya Water, a major government-owned water reuse company in Oman, said expansion work on the Al Ansab sewage treatment plant (STP) was progressing well and was due for completion by July next year.
The STP presently provides more
Mwasalat, Oman’s state-run transport company, plans to launch a number of new routes connecting various townships and cities in the country, a report said.
The company will initially launch a new service to Al Khoudh in July
Oman plans to launch Automated Meter Reading (AMR) services, also known as smart metering, for the power sector this year, a report said.
The service will primarily be targeted at large industrial and commercial customers whose el
Muscat National Development and Investment Company (Asaas), aleading player in the country, has launched its new construction management subsidiary ‘Kayan.’
The newly-formed unit will be responsible for the management
The Omani government is working on a major project to revamp the ancient village of Muttrah in the sultanate and develop it into a modern city along with traditional houses and heritage sites to attract tourists from across the world, said a rep
Oman's Ministry of Tourism has partnered with Ingenuity Technologies, a leading solutions provider, to launch a new Taxi Management Service in the country.
The technology, which will be made available soon, will bring together
National carrier Oman Air has announced plans to launch a new service between Muscat and the Iranian city of Mashhad from June 1.
This is Oman Air’s second destination in Iran, following the launch of flights to Tehran in 20
Petroleum Development Oman (PDO), the sultanate's leading crude oil producer, is planning to achieve an output of 600,000 barrels of crude oil per day (bpd), said the company’s managing director.
PDO accounts for around