IATA called on governments, air navigation service providers and aviation groups urgently to address air traffic inefficiencies that are jeopardizing the sustainability of Middle East aviation. "The Middle East is one of the most dynamic aviation markets in the world expanding, from 5% of international traffic to 10% in the past seven years. But we are not immune to the global recession," said Majdi Sabri, IATA Regional VP-Middle East/North Africa. "Airlines in this region will lose $200 ...

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