Montreal-based Bombardier Business Aircraft, a producer of business grade jets, projects that its Middle East market should remain strong in the near future.
“Our market forecast predicts 350 deliveries valued at $12 billion over the next 10 years, with medium and large category aircraft accounting for about 95 per cent of these deliveries,” said Senior Vice President of Worldwide Sales Peter Likoray.
The company participated in the Middle East Business Aviation Association show last week at the Al Maktoum International Airport in Dubai. The company showcased its “class-defining” aircraft, including its most state-of-the-art planes such as the Learjet 75, Challenger 650, Global 5000 and Global 6000.
“With a very strong team and a fleet of more than 100 aircraft based in the Middle East, Bombardier is well-positioned to build on its current presence as a world-class provider of exceptional business aircraft in the region,” Likoray said.