Oman Air is considering switching some of its planned Boeing 787-8s to larger variants and expects to inaugurate a new wet-lease freighter service by the end of this year. “We’re looking at converting the last two or three 787s to -9s or even -10s,” CEO Wayne Pearce told The Aviation Club in London Thursday. Upgrading to the largest -10 model would give seat economics similar to those of the Boeing 747-8 or Airbus A380, he said. Oman Air is due to receive six 787-8s ...

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