MUSCAT, Oman, Oman Air will celebrate the arrival of its first Boeing 787-9 Dreamliner, on Thursday.

Eng. Abdulaziz bin Saud al-Ra’eesi, CEO of Oman Air, said that, the Boeing 787-9 Dreamliner, comes to cope with the ambitious plans, adopted by the company’s management, to enhance the national carrier’s services, and in line with the needs of the aviation and tourism industry in the Sultanate, in addition to a response to the passengers’ needs, in order to provide them with a leading luxury in this industry.

He added in a statement that, the company is working within its ambitious expansion programme, at the level of fleet and network, to have 70 aircraft by 2023, with flights to 60 destinations.

He affirmed the commitment of the national carrier, to work continuously, to improve its products at a time when the fleet and network are expanding dynamically and steadily, with the development of its brand.

He further said that, the first class in Boeing 787-9 is characterised by a very long closed cabins, with privacy doors (55 inches), a fully flat 180-degree bed, an electric touch screen, to control the backrest, a privacy barrier and other features.

Source: Nam News Network