Oman Air has ordered 20 Boeing 737s as it continues to expand its fleet in a bid to reach critical mass. CEO Paul Gregorowitsch announced at the launch of the Omani carrier’s inaugural flight to Singapore that the aircraft would be a mix of current-generation variants and the new generation 737 MAX. Ten will come direct from Boeing and 10 from lessors. He did not specify numbers, but told Reuters that the current variants would be delivered from 2017 and the MAX from 2019. Oman ...

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