The Sultanate’s prominent location at the tip of the Arabian Peninsula makes it easily accessible by land, sea and air. The country has three primary airports located in Muscat, Salalah, and Khasab.
Oman Air is the national carrier of the Sultanate and is based at Muscat International Airport. In addition to Oman Air, there are several airlines that operate direct flights to Oman on a daily basis, including low-cost carrier Salam Air.
For overland travel, the Sultanate shares its borders with UAE, Saudi Arabia and Yemen. There are five land-based border crossings – these include Alwajajah – the border with the Emirate of Dubai in the United Arab Emirates (UAE); Wadi Al Jizi – the border with the Emirate of Abu Dhabi and Al Ain in the UAE; Hafit – another border with the Emirate of Abu Dhabi (Al Ain) in the UAE; Khatmat Milaha – the border with the Emirate of Sharjah in the UAE; Tibat – the border with the Emirate of Ras Al Khaimah in the UAE.
Sea travel is increasingly growing in popularity with various luxury cruise liners regularly calling port at the Sultanate. There are five sea ports in total, with two – The Salalah Port and The Sultan Qaboos Port / Muscat- accommodating cruise liners.