The Europeancities of Brussels andDüsseldorfareexpected to beincorporated intothe growingroute networkofOmanAir next year, said theDutchCEO of the airline PaulGregorowitschin an interview withAviation NewsMagazine.
At present,OmanAir is allowed to flyto a maximum oftwo destinations in Germany. The airline, which is headquartered in the capital of the Sultanate Muscat, currently flies to Frankfurt andMunich.The companynegotiateswith the German authoritiesto obtain rights for additionalroutes, according to Gregorowitsch.
OmanAir requiresadditionallong-haulaircraftto be able to expand. The statecompany isawaiting aseries ofBoeing 787s. TwoDreamlinershave already been delivered.
In 2017there will be an end tothesubsidiesprovided by the governmentto theGulfairline, said Gregorowitsch.