While the airline world watches the seemingly unstoppable rise of the three big Persian Gulf carriers—Etihad Airways, Emirates and Qatar Airways—smaller airlines in the region are hurting like those elsewhere. Their financial performance has been seriously undermined not only by continuously high fuel prices, but also by the effects of the Arab Spring uprisings that have brought traffic almost to a halt in many places. Tourists have been avoiding the region since late last winter, ...

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