Muscat International Airport sits on a land area equivalent to 80 football pitches and is the Sultanate’s largest project to date.
The project comprises of a $1.8 billion new passenger terminal for the Muscat International Airport. The terminal sits on a floor-plate of 418,202m2.
In March 2018, the passenger terminal building commenced commercial operations. Since opening its doors, the airport has received worldwide acclaim for its Omani-themed architecture, advanced technology, and exceptional passenger experience.
The airport currently has the capacity to handle 20 million passengers per year, with further expansions planned in three subsequent phases to ultimately boost the airport’s capacity to 24, 36, and 48 million passengers. The airport can now accommodate larger aircrafts’ such as the A380 which has enabled Oman Air to launch new routes.
Meinhardt provided MEP Engineering & Lighting Design for Muscat International Airport on a turnkey basis with the Bechtel & Bahwan Engineering team.