Oman Air invites Boeing B737-800 to its armada

Oman Air, the national transporter of Oman, reported that another Boeing B737-800 flying machine has joined its armada as of Jan. 24. This new air ship will be utilized on short and medium pull courses and has a limit of 162 seats, with 12 business class seats with a seat pitch of 46 inches and 150 economy class seats with a seat pitch of 30 inches. Every seat is furnished with a LCD screen measuring 10.6 inches.

Oman Air has worked B737s for a long time and the air ship gives the foundation of the carrier’s long and medium pull armada, with 23 at present in operation. The new flying machine will be sent soon on its entry for business flights.

Abdulaziz Alraisi, official VP items and brand improvement, stated: “In staying aware of the development program, Oman Air is adding new flying machine to its quickly developing armada. Known for its vitality effective frameworks, joined with Oman Air’s eminent support staff and offices, this is a perfect obtaining as we spread our wings to encourage away from home.”

With the expansion of the new Boeing 737-800, Oman Air’s armada remains at 48. As of now, Oman Air’s armada comprises of four Boeing 787 Dreamliners, six Airbus 330-300s, four Airbus 330-200s, five Boeing 737-900s, 23 Boeing 737-800, one Boeing 737-700 and four Embraer 175s.

Another B737-800 flying machine will join Oman Air’s armada on Feb. 16, trailed by a Dreamliner B787-9 on Feb. 23. The conveyance of the new flying machine is a piece of Oman Air’s aggressive program of armada and system extension. The carrier keeps on being perceived for its honor winning locally available experience, winning a variety of industry honors in 2016 to add to its developing accumulation. Oman Air’s most recent air ship expansion solidifies its position in 2017 as the carrier proceeds with its encouraging to turning into a fruitful and manageable organization of the most noteworthy quality.

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