Oman Air Appoints New CEO

Government-owned Oman Air has appointed Paul Gregorowitsch as its new chief executive officer replacing Wayne Pearce, who left the company after serving more than two years as the CEO.


Oman Air Appoints New CEO


Government-owned Oman Air has appointed Paul Gregorowitsch as its new chief executive officer replacing Wayne Pearce, who left the company after serving more than two years as the CEO. Prior to joining Oman Air, Gregorowitsch was a management board member at Air Berlin and was tasked with the responsibility of overseeing the German carrier’s commercial activities.

He has also held senior positions at Amsterdam-based airline Martinair Holland NV and Air France-KLM.

The company said that Gregorowitsch will work with the board of directors at Oman Air to oversee the airline’s second major phase of expansion that is set to start later this year with the arrival of 20 new aircraft. The national carrier’s order book includes three A330s, six B787 Dreamliners and 11 B737s, which will enable Oman Air to expand its network and increase frequencies on existing routes.