The Middle East is just beginning to see the benefits of rapid airline expansion and airport development that could make the region the world’s aviation and tourism mecca. Of course, the main unknowns are whether political stability will reign, and whether these long-protectionist governments continue to take steps toward liberalization. What some in the industry thought would never happen only a few years ago—the emergence of new regional low-cost carriers—is becoming commonplace in ...

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