After Asia-Pacific, the Middle East will see the most rapid fleet growth over the next two decades, according to the latest Boeing forecast. Yet unlike Asian markets, Middle Eastern aviation growth significantly depends on the volatile price of one commodity: oil. Oil revenues are an important part of Middle East GDP, which drives travel demand, and they have helped fund the region’s airline expansion. Political developments can also alter growth, either upwards or downwards. Due to ...

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