Gulf Air seeks to bridge profitability gulf by 2010

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Gulf Air is doing what European regionally-bred counterpart, SAS is struggling to do – become a 21st century airline. Unloved by its other founding government owners, the Bahrain Government pumped in more cash when other regional governments pulled out to focus on their own carriers. Gulf Air has been through a painful re-birth, but it could finally be on the path to profitability.

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