UAE airlines likely to see falling profits this year: IATA

ABU DHABI (Reuters) – The profitability of airlines based in the United Arab Emirates, the Middle East’s main aviation hub, is likely to fall this year amid limited growth in demand, the head of IATA said on Tuesday. The UAE is home to Emirates …
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