The Middle East is primed for remarkable, sustained aviation traffic growth centered on dominant hubs, and is not a region whose bubble is about to burst due to out-of-control expansion, says the Centre for Asia Pacific Aviation IATA has forecast that traffic is expected to grow at a faster pace in the Middle East than in any other world region through 2010, at an average annual rate of 6.9%. The Centre, as explained in a 148-page study titled "Middle East Aviation Outlook: The 'Next ...
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