Middle Eastern airlines and airports are positioning themselves to capture more of the transit traffic between Europe and Asia and Europe and Australasia, industry analysts say, citing data showing that airlines and airports in the Middle East are adding capacity at a rate disproportionate to the region's population. If Middle Eastern airlines continue to grow at the current torrid rate, by 2012 they will transport 160 million passengers annually, and airports in the region will be ...
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