Oman-Bahrain open up cargo lanes

A Memorandum of Understanding has been signed between Oman and Bahrain to open up cargo operations between the two countries.

Oman’s civil aviation and transportation undersecretary, Mohammed bin Aakhr al Ameri and from Bahrain’s civil aviation, under-secretary Abdulrahman al Quood, sealed the deal following extensive talks.

Quood said the MoU would allow national carriers to operate without any restrictions.

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