Bahrain Air said it is targeting a breakeven 2011 and that its board has boosted its authorized capital by 50% to BHD30 million ($79.3 million). The carrier, which began flying two years ago, launched thrice-weekly flights to Dhaka and four-times-weekly service to Chittagong last month and plans to begin serving Istanbul Ataturk on June 16. It operates four A320s and two A319s.

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