More than 100 instrumental procedures
120 hours of validation flights
9 training weeks
The works include: designing the procedures, a total of 120 hours of validation flights carried out by Aena International, and various training sessions in Spain for technicians and managers from Oman’s Public Authority for Civil Aviation (PACA).
Located southeast of the Arabian Peninsula, the country has 2.8 million inhabitants in quite a wide territory of 310.000 km2.
To interconnect its regions, the Sultanate is adopting a very active policy of development and modernisation of its airport and air navigation infrastructures, within a much wider plan of regional, tourist and business development.
Oman’s airport network is composed of two international airports, Mascate (the capital) and Salalah, both in processes of expansion, four regional airports and five military aerodromes, one of them (Khasab) is open to civil traffic.
Five new regional airports will be built: Sohar, Ras Al Hadd, Ad Duqm, Adam and Musandam, all of them are in different stages of development.
Apart from the flight procedures design, Ineco has carried out other works in Oman, like a study for aeronautic easements for the new control tower at Mascate airport, and a location analysis and Master Plan for the airport to be built at Musandam.