Omani startup Salalah Air is planning a move from its original equipment of light aircraft and 19-seater regional turboprops to jets about a year after it starts services. The airline, which will be Oman’s first charter airline, aims to operate its first flights this month. Operating from Salalah, Oman’s second city, the startup plans initially to operate four light aircraft plus a single Dornier 228. The company at first plans to operate largely domestic charters, making use ...

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