The Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) has urged travellers using the airports of the Sultanate of Oman to carry a PCR test document, a vaccination certificate, and an emushrif.om registration certificate and present it upon arrival at the airports. The CAA said passengers must conduct a PCR test before arriving at the airports and obtain a passenger registration card by registering at emushrif.om, 48 hours before the take-off time of the flight. Travellers holding a passenger registration card with a black stripe (procedures incompleted) must go to the passenger registration service counters to complete the necessary procedures upon arrival at the airports. Passengers who have already completed their procedures should go directly to the passport counter.
As per Oman’s Civil Aviation Authority @CAAOMN Circular (23/2021) dated 18 December 2021, please note the following requirements for all passengers arriving into the Sultanate of #Oman, effective from 18 December 2021. For more information, visit https://t.co/cZOMnnTfy6 pic.twitter.com/5BW9WD0WOb
— Oman Air (@omanair) December 21, 2021