The Arab Air Carriers Organization (AACO) says the role governments in the region have played in aviation should be a model for the rest of the world rather than a stigma. The growth of airlines in the Arab world would “of course not have been possible” without the “facilitating role” of states, AACO’s Director General Abdul Wahhab Teffaha said at the organization’s annual general assembly in Abu Dhabi. European carriers still are accusing their Arab rivals of receiving unfair financial ...
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