Gulf Air at a critical point in its evolution

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Gulf Air is no stranger to challenges. From a regional airline, with multiple government ownership providing a global service, its national owners have gradually peeled off and started their own flag carriers, each much better funded than Gulf Air; the airline has, meanwhile, been wracked by political intervention, a flaw which became magnified as its financial fortunes dimmed.

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