For several years now, place cards bearing the title “Syrian Arab Airlines” have stood over empty seats at the annual meeting of the Arab Air Carriers Organization (AACO). Representatives from the Syrian national carrier were listed as registered attendees, but no one turned up to take their places at the long tables where the 30-plus airlines that make up AACO’s membership meet annually to hear about the state of the industry in the Middle East and North Africa. Syria ...

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