Oman Air is to take 11 new aircraft—three Boeing 737-800s, seven 737-8 MAXs and one 787-9—as well as three used Boeing 737s on long-term lease from Air Lease Corp. The aircraft will be used for fleet renewal and growth, with deliveries scheduled to run from 2015 until 2019. The used aircraft comprise one 737-700 (MSN 33103) and two Boeing 737-800s (MSNs 33104 and 34242). “Our expansion plan will see Oman Air’s fleet expand to 57 aircraft by 2018 and to 70 aircraft ...

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