For a relatively small aviation region compared to the more established hubs of North America and Western Europe, the Middle East is still forecast to see its airline fleet double in size over the next two decades. In November 2017, Airbus’ Global Market Forecast estimated that the region’s fleet will grow to 3,320 by 2026 from its current 1,250 aircraft. The largest fleets in the region are operated by the trio of Emirates, Qatar Airways and Etihad Airways, with the three ...

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