Honda Aircraft, a US-based subsidiary of Honda Moto, will increase production of its business jets to 80 from up to 36 currently by the year ending March 2019, a report said.
The company also plans to start producing some of the c
DC Aviation Al-Futtaim (DCAF), a leading private and business aviation facility, will expand its operations at its home base at Al Maktoum International Airport at Dubai South (formerly Dubai World Central), UAE.
This follows the
Russia's Sukhoi Civil Aircraft Company, a maker of regional jets, plans to lift production more than three-fold by 2020, banking on demand from at least five Middle East customers, a senior executive said on Sunday.
The number of business jets in the region could grow from current 395 to 745 by 2023, marking an increase of 88.6 per cent, according to Market Forecast 2014- 2033 report published by the Bombardier Business Aircraft.
Business jets, which mostly carry the rich and powerful, should not be subject to a United Nations proposal to require plane makers to install costly equipment that would better track aircraft, an industry group said on Tuesday.
Empire Aviation Group (EAG), the Dubai and India-based private aviation leader, has launched a new Flight Information Management (FIM) App for its business jet owners to complement the company’s aircraft management services.
Private Jet Charter (PJC), one of the world's largest independent private jet charter brokers, has unveiled ambitious plans to expand its market share in Europe and the Middle East.
Hugh Courtenay, founder and chief executive,
Business jet operators in the Middle East and Africa (MEA) have indicated their purchases may happen sooner in the next five-year window than expected last year, with about 47 per cent of purchases planned before 2016, a report said.
There has been a growth in demand for large aircraft such as the Boeing Business Jet (BBJ) while demand in the super mid-size market in the Middle East has likewise held up because of ready availability, said an industry expert.
Dassault Falcon, a global business aircraft company, will present its current range of business jet offerings at the upcoming Abu Dhabi Air Expo with plans to grow its Middle East fleet by 10 per cent over the next 18 months.