MIAMI – Oman Air (WY) has decided to scrap its expansion plans, notwithstanding a constant two-digit growth in the past few years. The forgone expansion plans centered on a new fleet and additional destinations.
The carrier was planning on doubling the fleet by adding Boeing 787s, Airbus 330Neo, and 737 MAX 8 while phased out its ATR aircraft.
Oman Air CEO, Mohammed Al-Bharwani, in an interview with WAF Oman, said that “going to 70 aircraft, the risks would have been quite high for the country and the Airline. Our plan is to reduce the number of aircraft to 36 and focus on read more ⇒
Source:: “Airways Magazine”