Airports and air navigation service providers (ANSP) in the Middle East are striving to match the growing air traffic in the region fueled by some of its major carriers. With the aviation sector representing a major portion of the economic output of some countries, the effort is a matter of survival as much as prosperity. Passenger traffic for native airlines increased 6.6% last year. But the Middle East was the world’s only region to see its annual passenger growth slow compared to ...

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