Air Arabia's profit down on margin pressures; unrest means more concerns ahead

The Middle East’s largest and most profitable LCC remained firmly in the black in 2010, with all key metrics up across the board. But the difficult environment weighed on the LCC’s performance and while Air Arabia remains in a competitive position, the high-growth period seen three years ago at the airline seems to have disappeared, as short-term issues come to the fore.

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