In 1995 a pair of Airbus A320s were wet-leased from Region Air of Singapore to replace the 737-300s. Flights to Mumbai, Dhaka, Abu Dhabi, Doha, and Chennai would be launched from 1995 to 1997, and in October 1998, Oman Airways became a member of the International Air Transport Association (IATA). By the end of 1999, Gwadar, Peshawar, Jeddah, and Al Ain were added as new destinations to the airline's ever-expanding route network, although the former two, along with a host of other destinations, were withdrawn in 2000.
Historical Airbus A320 fleet (all leased)
A4O-MA (pictured) from 1995-02-25 to 1999-03-27; leased from Region Air (Singapore)
A4O-MB from 1995-03-27 to 1999-04-24; leased from Region Air (Singapore)
A4O-MC from 1997-05-26 to 1999-04-28
SU-LBB from 2001-08-31 to 2001-12-00; leased from Lotus Air
SU-LBE from 2002-06-08 to 2002-09-00; leased from Lotus Air