The Middle East is one of the major growth regions for air travel. But more than 90% of air traffic there does not stay within the region. If its domestic and short-haul international air transport services are to be developed further, major political and economic change will be needed. “The key challenge for the region is to promote and foster economic and social stability,” asserts the Arab Air Carriers Organization (AACO). That is not so much an issue for the Big Three Persian Gulf ...

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