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As of 2009, there are a total of 128 airports in Oman. This numbers them 45th on the list in comparison to the world. Among the major airports are Buraimi, Dibaa, Khasab, Masirah Raf Stn., Muscat Seeb, Salalah, Sur, Thumrait. Salalah Airport, which is currently mostly used as a domestic airport along with Muscat International Airport, Khasab Airport and Dibba Airport (for lighter aircrafts) have scheduled service on commercial airlines are. The national operating airline in the country is Oman Air.

Oman's roadways have a total of 42,300 km which makes them 85th on the list in comparison to the world. There is one expressway and some two lane highways in the country. Oman interchanges are like roundabouts enliven the streets. Also, there are ports and terminal located in Mina' Qabus and Salalah with 3 operating marines by types of chemical tanker, passenger and cargo.

In 1999, there noted a total of 13 Television Broadcast stations plus 25 repeaters. Majo TV stations are Oman TV Satellite, Oman TV2, Oman Sports Channel Oman Series Channel, Oman Al Mishkat Channel, Oman Flash Channel, Salalah TV, Taima TV and Barka TV. There are 3 Am stations and 9 FM stations as of 1999.

In 2008, there are 274,200 mainlines in use. In Oman, the telephone system is modern and makes use of wire, microwave, and radiotelephone communication stations; limited coaxial cable. Also the number of cellular phone users totaled up to of 3.219 million as of 2009. Omantel, which is the only provider in Oman, launched ADSL services in Oman in 2005.

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