Seeb Airport, also known as Muscat International Airport, is located around 32 kilometres from the capital and is the largest airport in Oman.
Seeb Airport, the main hub for national carrier Oman Air, handles around 6.5 million passengers and 70,000 aircraft movements every year, serving 54 destinations across 27 countries.
The airport currently has one terminal, with another under construction. Once completed, Seeb Airport will have a capacity of around 12 million passengers a year, with a further three-stage expansion planned, allowing for a capacity of up to 48 million passengers per year if required. In addition to the passenger terminal, a separate VIP building is located on the premises, designed exclusively for the use of high ranking dignitaries.
Seeb Airport contains a variety of passenger amenities including foreign currency exchange outlets, three premium lounges, a choice of cafes, restaurants and chain outlets and a number of retailers and duty free shops.