Qatar Airways adds voice to calls for unified Gulf region traffic control

The resumption of rapid growth in passenger and cargo traffic in the Middle East has again turned the spotlight on the region’s air traffic control and its increasingly crowded airspace. Qatar Airways CEO, Akbar Al Baker, is the latest to have joined a number of influential voices in the Middle East that are calling for the development of a integrated air traffic control system for the Gulf region.

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