New Gateway`s in the Sultanate of Oman

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New Gateway`s in the Sultanate of Oman
New Gateway’s in the
Sultanate of Oman
OMAN'S STRATEGIC LOCATION IN THE WEST-EAST TRADE ROOTS AND AS A GATEWAY FOR
ASIA, EUROPE, AND AFRICA.
ONE OF THE FASTEST DEVELOPING REGION IN AVIATION SECTOR
1929
1929
1960
1965
1973
1973
1973
1980
SEEB INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT 1990
MUSCAT INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT 2014
MUSCAT INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT 2014
MUSCAT INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT - 2015
 Owned by the Government of the Sultanate of Oman
 Established in the year 2002 and responsible for the management
and operation of Muscat International, Salalah Airport and future
airports in Al Duqm, Sohar and Ras Al Hadd
 Muscat International Airport is directly connected with 55
destinations in 27 countries and is served by 28 international
airlines. The present Muscat International Airport handled 8.3
million passengers in 2013
Vision
 To be a world class organization in airports management and
related businesses, contributing to the prosperity of the Sultanate of
Oman
Mission
 Manage, maintain, operate airports and related businesses with a focus on SAFETY,
SECURITY and PROFITABILITY to deliver HIGH QUALITY of SERVICES to ALL
CUSTOMERS and BUSINESS PARTNERS while fostering a culture of INNOVATION and
valuing HUMAN RESOURCES
Airport Operator
National Carrier
Ground Handling / Cargo / Catering
PACA – Public Authority for Civil
Aviation (Regulator, MET, ATC)
ROP – Airport Security
Customs
SR
Project
Main Contracts: Muscat and Salalah
MC 1
Civil Works : Muscat
MC 2
Building Works – ATC Tower & associated facilities : Muscat
MC 3
Building Works – Passenger Terminal & associated facilities : Muscat
MC 4A
Civil Aviation HQ, Multipurpose hall& Ancillary facilities: Muscat
MC 5
Civil & Building Works : Salalah
MC 6
IT & Airport System Integrator: Muscat
MC 7
ORAT (Operational readiness and transfer): Muscat and Salalah
MC 8
Baggage Handling System: Muscat and Salalah
MC12
Civil & Building works - Cargo & MRO: Muscat and Salalah
MC13
Building works – Catering: Muscat and Salalah
Contractor
CCC – TAV JV
Carillion Al Alawi LLC
Bechtel/Enka/Bahwan
Consortium
Towell Construction
Larsen and Tobro Galfar JV
Ultra Construction
Munich Airport Consulting
Vanderlande
J&P
Galfar
Standardized Nation-wide Contracts: Muscat, Salalah and Regional
Airports
SNC 9
ATM + MET + A-SMGCS Systems: All airports
Indra
SNC10
Navigational Aids System: All Airports
Thales
SNC11
Passenger Boarding Bridges: All Airports
JBT Aerotech
1
2
3
4
5
MUSCAT
North Runway and Taxiways
ATC
1
2
TERMINAL BUILDING CAPACITY –
STAGE 1
TOTAL GROSS FLOOR AREA
TERMINAL BUILDING
3
CAR PARKING CAPACITY
3
AIR TRAFFIC CONTROL TOWER
HEIGHT
5
PASSENGER BOARDING BRIDGES
6
BUS BOARDING LOUNGES
7
CHECK IN COUNTERS
8
CARGO TERMINAL CAPACITY
9,000,000
31%
Passenger Number
8,310,927
8,000,000
7,000,000
111%
6,000,000
5,751,516
5,000,000
4,000,000
88%
3,000,000
2,721,393
2,000,000
108%
1,444,035
437%
1,000,000
129,072
692,745
0
1974
1980
1990
2000
PAX GROWTH – 1974
TO
2010
2013
2013
17000000
16,195,637
Passenger Number - Forecast
16000000
15000000
14,723,306
14000000
13,384,823
13000000
12,168,027
12000000
11,061,843
11000000
10,056,221
10000000
9000000
9,142,019
8000000
2014
2015
2016
2017
2018
2019
2020
 Most Middle East markets are set to grow at a CAGR of
6%-7% between 2013 to 2016
 Muscat International Airport has seen a traffic growth of
10% in 2013 - 2014
Salalah
ATC - 1977
SALALAH AIRPORT - 1975
FIRST CARGO FLIGHT - 1977
1
2
TERMINAL BUILDING CAPACITY –
STAGE 1
TOTAL GROSS FLOOR AREA
TERMINAL BUILDING
3
CAR PARKING CAPACITY
3
AIR TRAFFIC CONTROL TOWER
HEIGHT
5
PASSENGER BOARDING BRIDGES
6
BUS BOARDING LOUNGES
7
CHECK IN COUNTERS
8
CARGO TERMINAL CAPACITY
1
2
3
SOHAR, HAS GONE THROUGH A RAPID
GROWTH
BASED ON THE PORT OF SOHAR
FUTURE DEVELOPMENT OF THE FREE
TRADE ZONE
INCREASING CARGO VOLUMES
FOLLOWING THE PLANNED CLOSURE OF
MUSCAT PORT
CONSIDERED AS LAST POINT IN THE EAST OF
OMAN
LOCATED IN THE CONJUNCTION BETWEEN THE
GULF OF OMAN AND THE ARABIAN SEA.
ABOUT
60 KILOMETRES FROM SUR
WILL HAVE A MAJOR ROLE IN PROMOTING
TOURISM
BECAUSE
LOCATION.
OF
ITS
STRATEGIC
THE BEACHES AT RAS AL HADD AND NEARBY
RAS AL-JINZ ARE KNOWN AS A BREEDING
GROUND FOR GREEN SEA TURTLES.
SITE OF SUBSTANTIAL INVESTMENT AND
INDUSTRIAL DEVELOPMENT RELATED
THE SHIPPING AND OIL INDUSTRY.
TO
THE AIRPORT IS EXPECTED TO HANDLE
PRIMARILY LARGE CARGO VOLUMES AND
PROVIDE
LANDING
FACILITIES
EXECUTIVE AND PRIVATE JETS.
FOR
HAVING DIRECT LINK WITH THE SEA PORT
LINKED TO INDUSTRIAL & FTZ AREAS
CLOSE TO TOURISM AREA
PLANNED TO HANDLE
ANNUALLY
500,000 PASSENGER
MUSCAT CARGO
CAPACITY: 260,000 TONS / YEAR
CARGO BUILDING: 34,400M²
CENTRAL UTILITY PLANT: 4,000M²
LIVE ANIMAL CENTER : 2,200M²
STAFF PARKING, TRUCK STAGING: 39,000M²
SALALAH CARGO
Cargo Landside
Aerial View
CAPACITY: 100,000 TONS / YEAR
CARGO BUILDING: 25,000M²
LIVE ANIMAL CENTER : 2,200M²
STAFF PARKING, TRUCK STAGING: 33,000M²
REGIONAL AIRPORT’S CARGO
CAPACITY: 50,000 TONS / YEAR
Cargo Ground
Lobby View
The passenger terminal is designed to the latest “state of the art”
technology and in accordance with IATA Standard A service levels.
1. Introduce a high service level for passengers with state of the
art facilities
2. Introduce high standards for safety and security.
3. Ensure an efficient operation with care for the environment
4. Ensure that the future development can be flexible
5. Ensure that operations are cost efficient
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