Oman Air receives new aircraft

16 September 2009

Oman Air has taken delivery of the first of seven ordered Airbus A330-200s, as part of the airline's international network expansion. The new aircraft, which was acquired through a lease agreement with Dublin-based AWAS, is powered by Rolls-Royce Trent 700 engines and is configured with 20 business-class and 196 economy-class seats. By the end of this year, the Sultanate's national carrier's fleet will feature two A330-200s and two A330-300s. During 2010-11, the airline will take an extra three A330-300s.

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