You might think the dream of a small, but growing airline would be to be pitched against a weak national flag carrier. But Marwan Boodai, chairman of Jazeera Airways, would dearly like to see his country’s national airline, Kuwait Airways, become a lot stronger. The weakness in recent years of state-owned Kuwait Airways, which is undergoing a tortuous privatization process, has encouraged other Gulf carriers to move in to the tiny emirate at the head of the Arabian Gulf, Boodai ...

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