Middle East nations need to undertake an increase in airport capacity to keep up with booming passenger numbers, according to a new report by Middle East business intelligence service MEED. Passenger volumes across the region outstripped airport capacity by 11% in 2015, the report stated. It noted the gaps in airport capacity and passenger volumes were strongest in Kuwait, Muscat and Abu Dhabi. All three nations have major airport construction programs underway or in the planning ...

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