Oman’s budget airline Salaam Air is launching a free bus service for its passengers at the airport through the state-owned transport company Mwasalat. In the first phase, the passenger service will be launched from Sohar to Muscat Airport on May 10.
For the first time, an Oman airline is launching a free shuttle bus service for its passengers. To this end, the authorities of Salaam Air have signed an agreement with Mausalat.
‘Mausalat’ will leave Sohar at 7 pm 7 days a week and arrive at Muscat International Airport at 9 pm. The bus service facility has been integrated with Salaamair’s booking engine and passengers can book the service on the booking platform at the time of ticketing.
Capt. Mohammed Ahmed, CEO of Salaamair, said: “We are pleased to enter into an agreement with Mausalat to launch a free shuttle service for passengers from Sohar and surrounding areas to board our flight to Muscat.
Salaamair is the first airline in Oman to add this service. We have started this initiative to provide a convenient local travel facility for our passengers, ”he added.
The CEO added, “We are pleased to sign this agreement with the government agency Mausalat, which will help us enhance our customer experience.” We are delighted to be able to contribute to the development of the country’s transport industry and to support the call for ‘Moosalat’ for public transport buses because of its economic, social and environmental importance to the individual and society. ”
Badr Mohammed al-Nadabi, acting chief executive of Mausalat, said: We will give the highest priority to ensure the comfort of SalamAir passengers traveling between Sohar and Muscat on state-of-the-art, safe and comfortable ‘Mausalat’ buses.
Oman’s national transport company, Mausalat, is committed to providing a modern and efficient public transport system. In addition, it is working with its stakeholders on a daily basis to provide a world class public transport service in line with Oman Vision 2040 compliant standards.