‘Protectionism Breeds Inefficiencies,’ Aviation Experts Say


Protectionism breeds inefficiencies and is not going to help anyone.

That was the message that senior executives in the Middle East’s aviation industry sent on Wednesday during the Arab Aviation Summit in Dubai, where they highlighted the importance of Open Skies policies and blasted protectionism.

The summit was inaugurated by Shaikh Ahmad Bin Saeed Al Maktoum, president of the Dubai Civil Aviation, and Chairman and Chief Executive of Emirates airline and Group.

Adel Ali, chief executive officer of Air Arabia, said protectionism and blocking competition present a new challenge to companies, and that Open Skies policies are needed to ensure the development of the aviation industry. Read More…

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