LONDON-Omani LCC SalamAir is considering two new aircraft types to join its existing small fleet, according to a report from the region. The carrier said it was looking at the possibility of acquiring larger Airbus 321s or smaller A220s. In size, the two types bracket SalamAir’s existing fleet of three A320s and a single A320neo. “We’re evaluating all the options,” CEO Mohamed Ahmed was reported as saying in Abu Dhabi-based newspaper The National. ...

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