1,300: Research by the Middle East Business Aviation Association (MEBAA) suggests that the business aircraft fleet in the Middle East and North Africa will grow from the current 500-plus to about 1,300 by 2020. However, at last week’s Middle East Business Aviation (MEBA) show, MEBAA Chairman Ali Ahmed Al Naqbi concedes that hard data has been difficult to obtain. “The culture of secrecy in this region is hard to overcome,” he says, noting a number of aircraft operate within the region ...
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