Wayne Pearce, the chief executive of Oman Air, has said the airline's revenue is expected to grow 30% this year because of expanded operations, Reuters has reported. "I am pleased to say we are expecting a 30% revenue rise this year due to increased flights to Europe, the GCC and other destinations because of higher demand," Pearce added. "Part of our growth strategy is to extend our destinations to 50 from the current 42. We will be announcing a few new routes next week," Pearce said. Oman Air's latest destination is Tehran, to which it started to fly in September.