Business aviation in the Gulf States is picking up again after the downturn it suffered during the world financial crisis. Neighboring Arab nations that were better protected from the financial draught continued to grow. Mike Berry, managing director of Dubai-based ExecuJet Middle East, says, “There are positive trends in the region and since January, we’ve seen good signs in our charter and maintenance business.” The company recently became an Embraer Legacy Authorized Service ...

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