One of the new carriers planning to enter the Saudi Arabian domestic market, Saudi Gulf Airlines, will not be flying until the fourth quarter this year—around a year later than planned. The comment came from Sulaiman Al Hamdan, the new president of Saudi regulator the General Authority of Civil Aviation (GACA), who was quoted in the Saudi press while on a tour reviewing progress on Jeddah’s new King Abdul Aziz International Airport. Saudi Gulf was initially planned to start ...

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