ANALYSIS: Bahrain raises its game in aviation

Bahrain the aviation capital of the Gulf in the last third of the 20th century has had to watch from the sidelines over the past two decades as neighbours Dubai, Abu Dhabi, and Qatar have vied for its former position. Each of these emirates has invested hundreds of billions of dollars in their own airlines and a huge global hub, while Bahrain-based Gulf Air once a four-nation flag-carrier has shrunk in size and status. Bahrain’s international airport, previously the gateway to the Gulf region, was last refurbished in the mid-1990s.

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