Oman Air has reportedly abandoned plans to set up a new low-cost carrier (LCC), according to new CEO Paul Gregorowitsch. Last year, the Middle Eastern carrier ran a study to determine whether it should set up its own LCC in the face of increasing competition in the region from LCCs such as Air Arabia and flydubai. However, the Times of Oman newspaper reported Gregorowitsch as saying the carrier would not pursue the idea. When the plan was mooted last year, concerns were expressed that an ...

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