Middle East airlines are showing clear signs of growing up. Despite the $130-billion flurry of aircraft orders and commitments unveiled at the Dubai air show, healthy financial returns are taking prominence over unbridled growth. What’s more, the market is expected to remain vibrant in the next few years, even after carriers placed orders for more than 400 aircraft. The growing interest in regional jets suggests that the airlines’ purchases are not just for prestige. The shift ...


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