Muscat-based Oman Air is looking to provide crew training and MRO services to Iranian airlines, the carrier’s CEO, Paul Gregorowitsch, told ATW. “Iran is becoming a hot spot for aviation. Oman Air will offer its new simulator capacities to the airlines of Iran. We are already in talks about where we can cooperate together, such as in the maintenance, repair and overhaul business,” he said. Oman Air will have two full-flight simulators from July -- an Airbus A330 and a ...

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