Posted inNews

There is now a new bus service connecting Sharjah and Oman

Travel between Oman and Sharjah is now easier

bus service connecting Sharjah and Oman

If you’re considering a visit to neighboring countries soon, we’ve got some exciting news for you. Oman’s national transport company Mwasalat has launched a new bus route between the UAE and Oman, connecting Sharjah and Muscat.

This service is the result of an agreement between Mwasalat and Sharjah’s Roads and Transport Authority, operating via Shinas. Travelers can start using this service from February 27.

There will be a total of four daily trips – two originating from each city. Fares for a one-way trip start from 10 Omani Riyals (equivalent to Dhs95.40) and go up to 29 Omani Riyals or Dhs276.66.

As for baggage allowance, passengers are permitted to carry 23kg of checked baggage and 7kg of hand luggage on these trips.

bus service connecting Sharjah and Oman

The new service aims to expand and strengthen the international bus transport network between the Sultanate of Oman and the United Arab Emirates, enhance tourism movement between the two brotherly countries, and provide the greatest possible amount of comfort, time, and transportation options for travelers.

Bus Timings

The first bus from Sharjah is scheduled to leave at 6:30 am from Al Jubail Bus Station, arriving at Azaiba Bus Station in Muscat by 2:30 pm. The subsequent bus is set to depart from Sharjah at 4:00 pm, reaching Muscat by 11:50 pm.

Conversely, the first bus from Muscat is slated to depart at 6:30 am, arriving in Sharjah by 3:40 pm. The following bus will depart from Muscat at 4:00 pm, reaching Al Jubail Bus Station by 1:10 am.

You might also like: Travel by road from UAE to Oman – Step by step guide

Badr Bin Mohammed Al Nadabi, CEO of Mwasalat, said, “The signing of the agreement is the culmination of joint efforts to strengthen the international transport network between the Sultanate of Oman and the United Arab Emirates, as it will contribute to strengthening and enhancing cooperation in vital fields such as transport and tourism between the two brotherly countries.”