Airlines

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Flying Blind: Gulf Subsidies Debate Ignores Regional Realities

By Francis Wilson The ongoing debate over the fairness and transparency of state-owned enterprises (SOEs) in the Middle East intensified in March when three of America’s largest airlines entered the fray. In a 55 page white paper released to the public in April, American, Delta, and United attacked what they believed to be the unfair business … Continue reading 521 Origin Down

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Emirates Airline: $913 Million Sukuk Listing in Dubai

“Emirates Airline and Group celebrated the listing of a $913m sukuk (Islamic bonds) in Dubai’s stock market early Wednesday,” Daily News Egypt reports. “The listing brings the total value of Sukuk listed on Dubai’s exchanges to $34.96bn,” the company said in an official statement. The company added that this “reinforces Dubai’s position as an international … Continue reading

Africa’s Airspace Still An Open Question

By Anita Powell Many topics are up in the air at this year’s African Union summit among them, literally: air. For nearly three decades, African aviation officials have tried, and failed, to get the continental body to implement an agreement to make the entire continent one connected, free airspace for civilian aircraft. Proponents say that enacting … Continue reading

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