Dassault looking to MENA for growth
- Middle East: Sunday, March 10 - 2013 at 06:16
French plane maker Dassault Falcon has said it is planning to increase sales in the Middle East and North Africa (Mena) region by 10% in the coming 18 months, Gulf News has reported. "We see the market for business jets recovering across the region, helped by operators and the increased globalisation of regional commerce," the general manager of Dassault Falcon Middle East, Renaud Cloatre, told the daily. "We will hand over six of our Falcons to customers in the region and there are currently more than 60 Falcon business jets operating in the Mena," Cloatre added.
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