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Ministry of Tourism

Ministry of Tourism Vision is to develop tourism as an important and sustainable socio-economic sector of the Sultanate of Oman in a manner that reflects the Sultanate's historic, cultural and natural heritage and ethos of traditional hospitality. Its Mission is to facilitate tourism for economic diversification, preservation of cultural integrity and protection of the environment of the Sultanate of Oman.


Oman Chamber of Commerce

Oman Chamber of Commerce and Industry (OCCI) was established on 15th May 1973 as a public utility organization that aim at regularizing the business interests, develop, defend and represent them at the different fields. OCCI has its own juristic personality with its head office in Muscat and branches in all governorates.
OCCI General Assembly
OCCI general assembly carries out the following tasks;
•       - Consider OCCI’s annual report;
•       - Approve the financial statements for the year ended and the draft budget for next year;
•       - Revoke the membership of one of the members subject to approval of two thirds of the members present at the general assembly;
•       - Dissolve the board subject to approval of two third of the GA, and;
•       - Consider the proposals submitted by members at least 15 days before the meeting.
Board of Directors
The board carries out the functions shown in the executive bylaw. The board comprises 15 members as follows:
Five members from Muscat Governorate to be selected by secret ballot from among members registered at the main office.
Chairman of the boards in OCCI branches at the governorates.
The Executive Office
It considers issues related to developing the performance of the executive body of OCCI as well as the events held inside and outside the Sultanate to which the Chamber is invited.


Salam Air

We are Oman's very first Low Cost Carrier and we aim to open the skies for everyone.
Our goal is to give people choice and flexibility when shaping their journeys and offer great experiences. We believe travel is about so much more than just breaching distance. We want to make air travel more affordable so more people can fly, more often. We want to allow everyone to explore new destinations, expand their horizons and connect with their family & friends.
We want to create positive experiences by making everyone feel welcome.
Our Vision
To open the skies for more people to have more journeys.
Our Mission
Offering everyone the benefits of a Low Cost Carrier with the soul of Oman, whilst never compromising on quality and simplicity.
Our Values • Genuinely Caring
• Resourcefully Hospitable
• Humbly Confident
• Forward Thinking


World Aluminium

Through the International Aluminium Institute, the aluminium industry aims to promote a wider understanding of its activities and demonstrate both its responsibility in producing the metal and the potential benefits to be realised through their use in sustainable applications and through recycling. Aluminium producing companies are eligible for IAI membership, which brings benefits including access to performance benchmarking data and industry trend modelling as well as the opportunity to lead and engage in global industry initiatives on issues of common interest. The work of the IAI is overseen by its Board of Directors, with each member company having a representative at senior management level, usually chairman or CEO. The Board of Directors meets twice a year, with all members entitled to vote and to be represented at the Annual General Meeting.



The Gulf Aluminium Council

The GAC is a coordinating body that represents, promotes and protects the interests of the aluminium industry within the Gulf. The council’s main objectives are to provide a forum to develop strategies for common issues and concerns facing the aluminium industry in the region, and to share best practices to improve the efficiency of the industry.
The GAC supports the successful growth of the aluminium industry in the GCC by enhancing the working environment in the industry through the adoption of highest safety work practices, commitment to protecting the environment and safeguarding the health and well-being of its employees and communities. Through the council, GAC members continually explore opportunities for synergy between their operations this will further improve the region’s international competitiveness.


Royal Opera House Muscat

Royal Opera House Muscat is the leading arts and culture destination in the Sultanate of Oman. Since opening the doors of its iconic building in 2011, Royal Opera House Muscat has showcased rich and diverse performances of opera, ballet, Arabic music, family shows, and more from Oman, the wider region, and the world. It also stages original productions, in partnership with leading international talent. Some of the world's most distinguished performers have graced its stage, including Placido Domingo, Andrea Bocelli, Renée Fleming, the Marinsky Ballet, Yo-Yo Ma, Wynton Marsalis, and the London Philharmonic Orchestra. Situated in the heart of the capital city of Muscat, the Royal Opera House fosters regional and international cultural vitality, through its rich program of multi-disciplinary collaboration and exchange.


Oman Air

Oman Air is the flagship carrier of the Sultanate of Oman and an Official 4 Star Airline (Skytrax 2011). Founded in 1993, the airline has since witnessed massive growth and has played a major role in making Muscat an important traffic hub in the Middle East, supporting the commercial, industrial and tourism sectors. The airline currently operates direct international flights from Muscat to Abu Dhabi, Bahrain, Doha, Dubai, Jeddah, Riyadh, Dammam, Madina, Tehran, Mashhad, Najaf, and Kuwait, in the Gulf region, as well as Cairo, and Amman within the wider Middle East/Africa region.



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