Oman Air CEO Paul Gregorowitsch has resigned, the airline announced Oct.16. The company gave no reason for his departure. Gregorowitsch, a former CCO of airberlin, took up his role in summer 2014. He has presided over a period of rapid expansion at the state-owned carrier, which has been persistently loss-making and has been facing a rapid reduction in the amount of financial support it receives from the Omani government. Losses for full-year 2016 were more than $330 million and ...

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