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Oman Air adds new Boeing B737-800 to its fleet

Posted 17 March 2017 · Add Comment

Oman Air has announced that a new Boeing B737-800 aircraft has joined its fleet.

The new aircraft will be used on short and medium haul routes and has a capacity of 162 seats, with 12 Business class seats of seat pitch 46 inches and 150 Economy class seats with seat pitch 30 inches. Each seat is equipped with an LCD screen, back-mounted 10.6 inches.

Abdulaziz Alraisi, executive vice president products and brand development, said: “Oman Air is adding new aircraft to its fast growing fleet to keep up with the expansion programme. Known for its energy efficient systems, and combined with Oman Air’s superb maintenance staff and facilities, this is an ideal acquisition as we spread our wings to further afield.”

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