Muscat-based Oman Air expects to make a decision on the shape of its future widebody fleet in 2018, with initial deliveries early in the following decade, CEO Paul Gregorowitsch said April 13. Speaking in London to mark the inauguration of the flag carrier’s second daily service from Muscat to Heathrow, Gregorowitsch said initial talks are already underway with both Airbus and Boeing. The national airline of Oman has 10 Airbus A330s and the first two of six Boeing 787s. The initial ...

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