Middle East airlines poised for substantial growth, but barriers to privatization and expansion pose challenges
Many Middle East-based airlines and their respective governments have a lot of progressive changes to make before they can ride the expected large wave of passenger and freight air transport growth predicted for the region over the next decade. Middle East airlines are generally eager to expand within the region and on an international scale because they perceive a great deal of potential for air travel, according to the latest global forecasts. However, there is still a significant ...
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