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Airlines of the Persian Gulf dissatisfied with the policy of Trump



The focus of the international exhibition “Arabian travel fair” in Dubai were the innovations of the government of Donald Trump.



05.May.17 6:23 AM
By Christina Orlina
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Airlines of the Persian Gulf dissatisfied with the policy of Trump
The focus of the international exhibition “Arabian travel fair” in Dubai were the innovations of the government Donald Trump restrictions on entry into the United States for citizens of some Muslim countries and the transportation of electronics on Board aircraft, – in which the flow of air passengers decreased by 4.3%.

Akbar Al-Baker, CEO of Qatar Airways: “Some passengers have expressed dissatisfaction with the fact that the Board can not carry the laptops. In my opinion, the US government does not quite understand the safety requirements and has created a problem without necessity.”

Emirates airline has announced plans to reduce the number of U.S. cities to five and begin to develop other areas.

Adele Ar-Redha, Executive Vice President of Emirates airlines: “Now we fly to the US on 12 routes. Last year we transported 55 million passengers. For our services there is a high demand, we are growing rapidly and continue to implement a program of expansion.”

American carriers Delta, United and American Airlines have repeatedly accused the airline of in the Middle East in unfair competition because they are subsidized from public budgets.



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