Commercial, business aircraft makers await North African recovery
When pictures emerged last year showing Afriqiyah Airways aircraft destroyed in fighting in Libya, it was emblematic of the enormous toll that the war exacted on the region's air transport sector. A year later, industry officials at the Marrakech air show tell Aviation Week that they are starting to see signs of the market settling and the groundwork being laid for new orders. Deals themselves may still be months off, but the relatively quick turnaround is nonetheless striking even as ...
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