Saudi Arabia domestic newcomers—Al Maha Airways and SaudiGulf—are experiencing further launch delays into 2016 as they aim to take advantage of liberalized rules. It had originally been anticipated that both Al Maha Airways, a subsidiary of Qatar Airways, and SaudiGulf Airlines, the first airline venture from the Saudi-based Al Qahtani group of companies, would begin flying by late 2014. The latest estimate given earlier this year was that SaudiGulf would be flying in ...

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