Mwasalat said all its 24/7 taxi services will be shifted to new airport from 4pm on Tuesday. Some taxis will be retained at the old passenger building until it is free from passengers who wish to be served.
Bus services will begin from the time of transfer and the actual time of operation of the new airport for two routes as mentioned before on a 25/7 basis.
Mwasalat staff will be present at the taxi and bus services area to coordinate with the passengers.
Mwasalat will launch new routes from the airport – to Mabela and Ruwi .
The promotional prices on new routes from March 20 to June 2018. will be 500bz. It is expected to cost RO1 at the end of the promotional period.
The company said it has purchased a number of buses specially designed for airport passengers, with special provisions for luggage and those with special needs.
Services will continue during all weekdays and official holidays.
The Mabela route (IA) stops will be Al Khoud – Al Hail, Muscat City Center, Al Sahwa Tower, Old Airport and Muscat International Airport.
The Ruwi route (IB) stops will be Wadi Adei, Wattayah, Qurum, Sarooj, Al Khuwair, Ghubra – Azaiba and Muscat International Airport.
Mwasalat and Oman Airports recently signed an agreement to work in coordination with the Royal Oman Police to limit the presence of unauthorized vehicles to transport passengers.