Open skies over the Gulf?

Smith, Dexter Jerome
March 1998
Middle East;Mar98, Issue 276, p19
Present information on the fact that despite the Middle East's wealth and economic importance they do not have a regional airline. Information on the condition of the road and rail infrastructure; Details on the difficulties in arranging flights between regional capitals; Reference to Jeff Marsh, senior vice-president, sales and marketing for Aero International Regional (AIR); Comments from Mike Ambrose, director general, European Regions Airline Association.


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