The Royal Oman Police (ROP) has announced the opening of Hatta land port that connect between Oman and UAE at the new location on Sunday.
In a statement issued, the ROP said the new location will facilitate the transportation system. “ROP draws the attention of citizens and valued travelers about the start of operation of the Hatta land port, which links Oman and the United Arab Emirates (UAE) in its new location, as part of the plan of the security system to manage land, air and seaports in a manner that facilitates movement.”
The Hatta border port plays an important role in facilitating the movement of goods and trade exchanges by land between Dubai and Oman. Dubai’s foreign trade with the Sultanate through the port, during the first half of 2021, amounted to about $272 billion
Vital Crossing Point
The Hatta Border Crossing is a vital crossing point. It facilitates entry and exit procedures to and from UAE and connects the country to the Sultanate of Oman. The Hatta Border Crossing was built in line with Dubai Government’s vision of providing superior services to travellers. The main building consists of a ground floor and two upper floors.
Constructed on a 5200 sq m area, the main building (ground + two floors): consists of a waiting area for arrivals, departures, staff offices, meeting rooms, a cafeteria, insurance companies offices, and break rooms for employees. Four Departure Gate Buildings, for departing from UAE.
Five Arrival Gate Buildings for the Arrivals from Oman, plus five other Customs buildings. Two checkpoints on the two port entrances from both sides. Vehicle Scanner Room. Sheds for departure and arrival area and general site work and infrastructure work.