Transportation of Oman - By Taxis

Transportation of Oman - By Taxis Last updated on Wednesday 14th April 2010

The ONAT buses have largely replaced the service taxis for inter-city trips as they are much more comfortable.

As in other Middle Eastern countries, it is best to agree on a taxi fare in advance. Taxis from Muscat to the airport cost about OR5 if taken privately and 500 baisa if shared.

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