The Middle East aircraft maintenance market has commanded much growth and development in the past decade, driven largely by the success of Dubai International Airport and other hubs. Market-watchers expect the expansion of air traffic volume and fleet sizes in the region to continue, and MRO along with them. By 2015, the United Arab Emirates will have more commercial aircraft than Japan, now the world's third-largest economy, says Bill Lay, PwC's Dubai-based partner. Historically, much ...

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