The Kingdom Airports Celebrate the Forty-eight Omani National Day
November 18, 2018, Riyadh
The General Authority of Civil Aviation (GACA) represented by the Kingdom’s Airports, participated in the National Day Celebration of the Sultanate of Oman on the occasion of their (48th) National Day. The celebration reflected on the deep brotherly relationship between the two nations.
A number of national events were held in various international Terminals at a number of airports around the kingdom. Passengers were met on both arrival and departure terminals with roses, the Saudi and Omani flags were also distributed along with some souvenirs for this special occasion.
At King Khalid International Airport in Riyadh, arriving passengers were received with roses, flags and souvenirs to celebrate with our brothers in Oman.
The Omani national anthem was also played throughout the terminals. In the meantime, at King Abdulaziz Airport in Jeddah, both arrival and departure terminals, passengers were met with roses and pieces of chocolate, also flags of both nations were distributed, as well small gifts for this occasion.
Dammam Airport Company decorated King Fahad International Airport terminals in Dammam with the flags of both the Sultanate of Oman and the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia to celebrate the occasion. Welcoming signs were put up on display screens for the occasion of the National Day and to show the solidarity between the two nations.
At Prince Mohammed bin Abdulaziz Airport in Madinah, arriving passenger from Oman were met with flowers, flags and chocolate to celebrate with our Omani brothers at the airport.
Meanwhile, Taif International Airport participated in the celebration as well, where passengers arriving on Flydubai flight were met with gifts, flowers and flags, to celebrate the happy occasion.
These events comes as part of the celebration by Saudi airport with our brothers in Oman on the occasion of their nation day and to share their joy, considering it is part of our national duty towards the brotherly Oman government and people.