SaudiGulf Airlines will be licensed to start domestic flights in the Gulf nation from June 22, the Saudi aviation regulator, the General Authority of Civil Aviation (GACA), said June 10. SaudiGulf Airlines is one of two new carriers that have been preparing to launch services within the Gulf state under the country’s stated intention to liberalize its domestic aviation scene. This is currently dominated by flag carrier Saudia, which holds some 90% of the market, with hybrid carrier ...

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