Oman Air CEO Paul Gregorowitsch resigns

Gregorowitsch was appointed as the airline’s CEO in August 2014



Oman Air has announced that its board of directors has accepted the resignation of the airline’s chief executive officer Paul Gregorowitsch.

No reason was given for his departure.

In a brief statement, also confirmed that Abdulaziz Saud AlRaisi, executive vice president for Products and Brand Development, will serve as the acting CEO with immediate effect until a permanent replacement for the role is announced.

The airline thanked Gregorowitsch for his efforts during his tenure with the company.

Gregorowitsch, who joined Oman Air from Air Berlin, was appointed as CEO in August 2014.

Read more: Oman Air Appoints New CEO

Oman Air is currently expanding, and is looking to grow its fleet size to about 68 by 2023.

Last year, it also opened an OMR3m ($7.79m) flight training centre in Muscat to boost pilot and crew training and reduce costs.

Read more: Oman Air launches $7.8m flight training centre

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