Bahrain Air A320. By Alan Dron. Arabian Gulf carrier Bahrain Air has filed for voluntary liquidation, squarely blaming the Bahraini authorities for its predicament. The carrier, which operated a small fleet of leased Airbus A319s and A320s, was severely affected by the unrest in the Middle East in 2011, particularly in its home market.   Bahrain has a largely Shia Moslem population but the ruling family and government are Sunni. The government ordered Bahrain Air to stop ...

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