Oman Airports gets 5-star rating from British Safety Council
British Safety Council’s Occupational Health and Safety Audit has given a five-star grading to Oman Airports. This accreditation is a recognition of all the COVID-19 measures that Oman Airports have been implementing at Muscat International Airport since the onset of the pandemic.
The Muscat International Airport opened for normal commercial operations on October 1 this year with a new set of COVID-19-compliant operating procedures.
Over the past months, Oman Airport has been developing, implementing and improving health and safety measures across all airports of the Sultanate to safeguard the health, safety and wellness of its employees, partners, customers and the general traveling public.
Less than a month ago, Muscat International Airport (MIA), managed and operated by Oman Airports was awarded an airport health accreditation certificate by the Airports Council International (ACI).
Muscat International Airport is the first airport in the Middle East to obtain this international certificate that was approved by the ACI to ensure health standards in the airports around the world. Airports Council International (ACI) located in Montreal Quebec, Canada is a global trade representative of all the airports around the world.
Especially under the current circumstances that has affected the airports and air travel due to the Corona pandemic, these certifications, grading and accreditation go a long way to instill confidence among flyers.