Saudi consumer protection agency urges government to open domestic market to competition

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Saudi Arabia's new consumer protection body has urged the Saudi Government to open its skies to other airlines in the Gulf region. The Association for Consumer Protection announced in early Jan-2011 that it has approached the government to embrace liberalisation of the domestic market for air travel, including allowing rival full service and low-cost carriers to operate domestic routes.

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