Dubai-based Project Phoenix is hoping to tap into the business aviation market this month by handing over the first of its VIP versions of Bombardier’s CRJ-200 regional jet. Project Phoenix President Mike Cappuccitti is familiar with Bombardier products, having been Middle East/Africa regional vice president for the manufacturer in the 1990s, selling the Canadair SE (Special Edition). “The only difference between the SE and the Phoenix CRJ is that the SE was done on a new, off-the-line ...
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