Airlines of the Middle East region, seen to be on the cusp of exceptional growth, are experiencing financial growing pains, prompting some to call for a more measured approach going forward. Etihad Airways CEO James Hogan, speaking last week at the first Middle East Aviation Outlook Summit sponsored by the Centre for Asia Pacific Aviation, said growth must come with an eye toward profitability. He expects Abu Dhabi, the headquarters for the carrier, to be at the heart of a Middle ...

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