The future of struggling Gulf Air appears ever more uncertain, after the government of Abu Dhabi decided to pull out of the company. Gulf Air's remaining shareholders are the governments of Bahrain and Oman, who pledged support to the airline. Gulf Air is facing strong competition from its regional competitors -- Qatar Airways (Qatar), Etihad (Abu Dhabi) and Emirates (Dubai). Abu Dhabi's departure from the holding structure is certain to influence Gulf Air's development plans since Abu ...

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