Ruwi is the industrial hub and the primary enterprise district of Muscat, Sultanate of Oman. It is placed approximately five km from the principle residential localities of Al-Khuwair, Madinat Al Sultan Qaboos, Shati Al-Qurm and Al-Qurm. One of the oldest parts of Muscat Ruwi was recognized for its slim streets and vintage buildings a number of which were demolished within the 1970s to build business structures. 85601 humans live there. The southeastern portion of the district has been dubbed as "Little India" because of a big number of Indian expatriates living there. Ruwi is the primary delivery hub of the local metropolis bus provider, Mwasalat. Buses on country wide and international routes go away from here.
Bait Al Falaj Airport turned into the primary airport in Oman, outfitted with constrained equipment and facilities to serve as a civilian airport. It had a Communication Centre, a Customs Office, asphalt parking for plane and a upkeep shed, with theses modest centers, the airport turned into capable of play a small part within the advancement of civil aviation in Oman. Bait Al Falaj Airport, relationship lower back to 1929, changed into nothing but a dirt song touchdown strip, specially positioned to apply for army purposes. It was additionally being used by the Petroleum Development Oman Company for its plane, flying between Muscat and oil exploration fields in Fahud, Qarn Al Alam and other places.