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  • Bombardier highly interested in Mexico

    Mexico City.- During the next 20 years Mexico will be one of the markets where Bombardier Aerospace posts the largest growth, Saul Arceo, Sales Director in Mexico and Latin America, declared. In such 20 years, the number of Bombardier aircraft registered in Mexico will go form 190 to over 800. “If you take Mexico and Brazil, they are more important in executive aviation, in future studies of the market, than any country in the European Union individually”, Arceo explained in an interview. Bombardier has estimated they will sell around 24,000 executive aircraft between 2011 and 2030, with a total value of US$626 billion. From such aircraft, around 2,125 will have Latin America as destination, where Mexico will continue contending for the first place with Brazil.
    Source: El Norte | Date: 25/04/2012