Oman Air realizes that it is better to remain a "unique boutique airline, rather than to compete against Emirates and company," CEO Peter Hill told ATWOnline at ITB Berlin. "What we are looking at is to develop Oman and to serve the country well for business and tourism," he said. The carrier cannot match the big hubs in the region and will focus instead on point-to-point traffic. "Of course some passengers will use Muscat to change aircraft, but we see this as a byproduct," Hill said, ...

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