InterGlobe General Aviation, a subsidiary of InterGlobe Enterprises, has added Dornier Seaplane Company, including the Dornier Seastar CD2, to its growing business aviation portfolio, buoyed in part by the tourism industry, which is looking at seaplanes to transport tourists to islands. “We are examining it,” Nigel Harwood, CEO, InterGlobe General Aviation, told The DAILY. “The problem is Dornier is not ready for production till 2011. We will look at an interim solution till then if ...
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