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Arab airlines cut a tie of dependence on West

Ten Arab airlines are setting up a central computerized reservations system in Bahrain to end dependence on European and US airline computers. The $30 million to $40 million system will take 30 months to build. At present, only one airline, Gulf Air, has a computer system.


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