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Oman's OAS opens Majan Hall at Muscat International Airport

Architectural elements of the 1,788m2 facility take inspiration from Omani tourist attractions including beaches and valleys

The facility can accommodate more than 300 passengers.
The facility can accommodate more than 300 passengers.

Oman Air Services Company (OAS) has unveiled the 1,788m2 Majan Hall at the Muscat International Airport — which was opened for operations in March 2018 — with a capacity to accommodate more than 300 passengers.

In an Arabic-language report, the Sultanate’s state-held Oman News Agency said that that the architectural element of the facility were inspired from tourist attractions in the Gulf nation. These include, beaches as well as valleys in the Sultanate.

Speaking about the facility, chief executive officer of OAS, Dr. Khalfan bin Saeed Al Shuaili, said that the facility has been opened in line with the company’s plan to offer better hospitality services to the passengers.

The undersecretary of the Ministry of Oil and Gas, HE Eng. Salem bin Nasser Al Awfi was present at the facility’s inauguration ceremony, ONA reported. 

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