The issue for airlines in the Middle East is not that people are not traveling—in fact, passenger traffic growth is continuing. But the ongoing economic impact of low oil prices is having an increasingly devastating effect on yields and the financial performance of some main players. It appears that 2017 will likely be another year of growth for the region, but airlines that are particularly dependent on thriving oil economies are under enormous pressure to find markets that are more ...

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