Boeing To Support Oman Air 787s

Oman Air has signed a support contract with Boeing covering the entry into service of its 787 fleet.

Oman Air has signed a support contract with Boeing covering the entry into service of its 787 fleet.

Under the agreement, Boeing will provide Oman with access to component pools, software configuration and its airplane health management service.

The flag carrier will receive the first two of the nine 787s it has on order this year.

Salim Al Kindy, Oman Air’s chief technical officer, said: “Boeing’'s industry-leading services will ensure a smooth introduction of our 787s while controlling costs, minimising component maintenance time and optimising our fleet's performance.”

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