Actualización sobre restricciones de viaje relacionadas con COVID-19.
Última actualización: 26 de diciembre de 2021
Guía de viaje COVID-19 de los aeropuertos de Omán
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Requisitos de entrada:
Los expatriados mayores de 18 años deben tener al menos dos dosis de una vacuna aprobada para viajar al Sultanato de Omán desde todos los puertos.
Los ciudadanos de Omán, los residentes con permisos de residencia válidos y los viajeros con visas válidas pueden viajar al Sultanato sin aprobación previa.
Los ciudadanos del Sultanato de Omán y los Emiratos Árabes Unidos deberán presentar el certificado de registro en cuando viajen entre los dos países, y cargar un certificado de vacunación COVID-19 aprobado en el Sultanato de Omán y un negativo como resultado de la prueba de PCR y de COVID-19 realizada dentro de los 14 días anteriores a la hora programada de llegada al Sultanato de Omán.
Todos los viajeros que lleguen al Sultanato deben presentar un certificado de vacuna COVID-19 que contenga un código QR que indique que han recibido dos dosis de cualquier vacuna COVID-19 aprobada en Omán, Pfizer BioNTech, Oxford Astrazeneca, Covishield AstraZeneca, Sputnik, Sinovac, Moderna y Sinopharm, o una sola dosis de Johnson & Johnson. Se requiere que la última dosis se haya recibido no menos de catorce (14) días antes de la hora estimada de llegada.
Todos los viajeros que lleguen al Sultanato de Omán deben obtener un seguro médico internacional para cubrir el costo del tratamiento de COVID-19 durante un mes, con la excepción de los ciudadanos de Omán, los ciudadanos de los Estados del Consejo de Cooperación del Golfo y los viajeros con una tarjeta de tratamiento gratuita.
Los viajeros menores de 18 años y los viajeros con condiciones de salud médicamente confirmadas que les impidan vacunarse están exentos de presentar el certificado de vacuna COVID-19 y el certificado de prueba de PCR.
Las tripulaciones aéreas están sujetas a las medidas cautelares por COVID-19 emitidas por el Ministerio de Salud. (Guia de viaje)

Requisitos de entrada para todas las llegadas al llegar a Omán:
Todos los viajeros que llegan a Omán en vuelos internacionales largos (con un período de no menos de 8 horas) con una prueba de PCR negativa antes del viaje (dentro de las 96 horas) están exentos de cuarentena, así como los viajeros en vuelos más cortos con resultado negativo de PCR (dentro de las 72 horas).
Todos los viajeros que lleguen al Sultanato sin una prueba de PCR previa al viaje deben:
Realice una prueba de PCR a su llegada al aeropuerto, use el brazalete Tarrasud + y cumpla con la cuarentena hasta que se detecte un resultado negativo de la prueba de PCR.
Si el resultado es positivo, se requieren 10 días de cuarentena.

Oman Airports COVID-19 Travel Guidance
In an effort to prevent the spread of new coronavirus strains in the Sultanate and based on the decisions issued by the Supreme Committee for dealing with COVID-19, the Civil Aviation Authority adopted the following restrictions regarding the condition of entering the Sultanate through Oman Airports
Entry Requirements:
Omani citizens, residents with valid residency permits, and travelers with valid visas are allowed to enter the Sultanate without prior approval.
Passengers arriving from South Africa, Namibia, Botswana, Zimbabwe, Lesotho, Eswatini, and Mozambique and those who have been in these seven countries within 14 days from the date of arrival are not permitted to enter into the Sultanate of Oman.
Omani citizens, diplomats, health workers, and their families are excluded from the decision. As well as citizens of the countries mentioned above who have valid residence in Oman. All those excluded from this decision, including Omani citizens are subject to the COVID-19 PCR test upon arrival and a mandatory 7 days institutional quarantine, and taking another COVID-19 PCR test on the sixth day.
To read more about the Travel Policies and Procedures Manual CLICK HERE
Entry Requirements for all Arrivals before arriving in Oman:
All travelers arriving in the Sultanate are required to present a COVID-19 vaccine certificate containing a QR Code stating that they have received two doses of any COVID-19 vaccine approved in Oman Pfizer BioNTech, Oxford Astrazeneca, Covishield AstraZeneca, Sputnik, Sinovac, Moderna, and Sinopharm, or a single dose of Johnson & Johnson. The last dose is required to have been received not less than fourteen (14) days ahead of the estimated arrival time. The Ministry of Health publishes and updates the list of vaccines approved in Oman.
All travelers coming to the Sultanate (including diplomats) before their arrival are required to :
Pre-registration via ( and upload the vaccine certificate as well as the COVID-19 PCR certificate, both containing QR Codes.
If the passenger prefers to conduct the COVID-19 PCR test upon arrival, the passenger shall pay the prescribed fees when registering.
All travelers arriving in the Sultanate of Oman are required to obtain international health insurance to cover the cost of one month's treatment of COVID- 19, with the exception of Omani citizens, citizens of the Gulf Cooperation Council States and travelers with a free treatment card.
Travelers below 18 and travelers with medically confirmed health conditions that prevent them from taking the vaccination are exempt from presenting the COVID-19 vaccine certificate and PCR test certificate.
Diplomats working in the foreign diplomatic missions accredited to the Sultanate and visitor diplomats are exempted from the registration in ( and from the COVID-19 PCR test.
Aircrews are subject to the precautionary measures for COVID-19 issued by the Ministry of Health.
Entry Rquirements for all Arrivals upon Arriving in Oman:
All travelers coming to the Sultanate on long international flights (with a period of no less than 8 hours) with a pre-travel negative PCR test (within 96 hours) are exempt from quarantine as well as travelers on shorter flights with a negative COVID-19 PCR test (within 72 hours).
All travelers coming to the Sultanate without a pre-travel PCR test are required to::
Take a PCR test upon their arrival at the airport, wear Tarrasud+ bracelet and adhere to quarantine until a negative PCR test result is detected.
If the result is positive, 10 days quarantine is required.
Departing from Oman procedures:
Before booking a flight, you must consider the following requirements:
Omani citizens and residents can travel abroad without pre-approval.
Omani citizens shall have health insurance covering COVID-19 valid in the country they are traveling to.
Check the latest COVID-19 travel and testing requirements for your destination.
Consider online check-in, where possible, prior to arrival at the airport to avoid face-to-face contact at the airport
Travelers need to be at the airport at least 3 hours before the official time of departure or 4 hours at most.
Never travel if you display coronavirus symptoms.
If required, PCR tests can be done at the Airport Drive-through and Walk-in facilities, located in P5 car park in Muscat and at Lifeline Hospital Salalah.
The cost of the drive-thru PCR test is 19 OMR, you can register for it through
Test results will be available within 24 hours at:
The certified Ministry of Health test report is now electronically available on for a fee of 5 OMR
Travel Safely. Stay Healthy.
Oman Airports has implemented protective measures at the terminal building and at security checkpoints to make the travel procedures and screening process safer for our passengers and employees. Travelers are reminded to observe the following travel, safety, and health measures:
You must have a valid air ticket to be allowed into the airport terminal building
Do not travel if you feel sick or have a fever.
Wear a face mask at all times while at the airport and during your trip. Face masks must be changed every 4 hours, so please bring enough for your journey
Maintain social distancing of at least 1.5 meters inside the airport terminal.
Check-in online to avoid face-to-face contact at the airport.
Avoid carrying your phone or other items in your hands when going through the check-in process and security checkpoints.
Clean and disinfect touched objects and surfaces, including mobile phones.
Wash your hands or use hand sanitizer frequently.
Avoid touching your eyes, nose, or mouth with unwashed hands.
Wearing a face mask is mandatory inside the airport terminal.
Cover your mouth and nose with a paper towel cover or a flexed elbow when sneezing or coughing, even when wearing a mask.
Avoid unnecessary contact with others, including handshaking and other greeting gestures.
Meeters and greeters are not allowed into the airport terminal, except for individuals accompanying passengers with special needs (one accompanying individual only).