Oman Air CEO visits Seattle to take delivery of new Boeing 737-800
Oman Air CEO Abdul Rahman Al-Busaidy completed a week long trip to the United States with delivery ceremonies for the airline's latest addition to its Boeing fleet, a new 737-800.
Busaidy began his US trip in Washington, DC, meeting with Exim Bank officials, and culminated his tour with his first visit to Seattle, where he was hosted by Boeing Commercial Airplanes' President and CEO Alan Mulally and other company executives.
Oman Air's Boeing 737-800 was purchased as part of a five-airplane order and was arranged though Exim Bank. These airplanes will replace Oman Air's fleet of older Boeing and Airbus airplanes. — (menareport.com)
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