Abu Dhabi topped the list at the World Skytrax Awards 2013 that took place recently.
Both Muscat and Salalah airports saw an increase in passenger traffic as new flights were launched.
The airport will develope a dedicated VIP terminal by the first quarter of 2015.
The airport will receive 1,065 flights a week, a 15% increase compared to 2012.
The airline will place the QR code on flights in Thailand, Cambodia and Myanmar.
TAV Construction will build the new terminal at a cost of $400 million within 18 months.
Despite the opening date set for April 1, work is still going on at the new airport in Doha.
For 80 days beginning May 1, 2014, there will be reduced flight operations at the airport.
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