TULSA, Okla., 9 Nov. 2011. Omni Air International officials have expanded the company’s commercial fleet, placing late production (2001 built) Boeing 767-200ER aircraft into service. These aircraft boasts Boeing's 777-style interior in a two-class configuration with individual seat-controlled entertainment and other modern amenities. The B767-200ER complements Omni's existing fleet of Boeing 757-200ER, 767-300ER, and 777-200ER aircraft and provide a broader capability of payload and range.
"We are proud to offer our worldwide customers modern, fuel-efficient transportation that is right-sized to meet their needs through our robust fleet," explains Jeff Crippen, Omni's president and CEO. Omni's personnel have placed the aircraft into commercial service, including 180-Minute ETOPS certification.
Omni, based in Tulsa, Okla., is an FAA Part 121 certificated, non-scheduled airline, IOSA registered.