The CEO of Oman Aviation Group says his airline is sticking by Boeing and keeping its plane order despite the 737 Max scandal
- Oman Air, a major Boeing customer, has faced “major” financial impacts and seen its capacity growth plans “significantly curtailed” due to the Boeing 737 Max grounding.
- However, the CEO of Oman Aviation Group — Oman Air’s parent company — told Business Insider that the group continues to stand with Boeing and believe in the plane.
- Oman has more than 20 of the 737 Max and 787 Dreamliner airplanes on order from Boeing.
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DAVOS, Switzerland — Oman Air has faced a severe hit to its capacity thanks to the grounding of the Boeing 737 Max. Although the