20-Jun-2013 10:31 AM

Oman Air orders five 737-900ERs

Oman Air ordered (19-Jun-2013) five Boeing 737-900ER aircraft, valued at USD473 million at current list prices. The airline is the first in the Gulf region to order the type. Oman Air CEO Wayne Pearce said, "These Next-Generation 737s will play a key role in supporting our efforts to strengthen and expand our network and boost tourism and business travel into Oman." Oman Air currently operates 15 737-800s, two 737-700s, four Embraer ERJ170s, four A330-200s, three A330-300s and two ATR 42-500s and has six 737-800s, six 787-8s and three A330-300s on order, according to the CAPA Fleet Database. [more - original PR]

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