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Flydubai Undeterred By Recession

Flydubai CEO said they are looking beyond the recession this year and expect to achieve 70% in their bookings by year end.  Ghaith Al Ghaith said they are not concerned about slower than expected air travel transportation.  He said flydubai’s vision, and the vision of the Dubai government and His Highness Shaikh Mohammed is to look beyond the current economic recession the world is suffering from. 

Regarding flydubai, Al Ghaith explained they will contribute significantly to air travel in from the UAE and serve people who previously could not afford to travel more often.  He said there will always be business growth in Dubai.
 

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