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Boutsen Aviation completes sales in the Middle East

Posted 3 December 2018 · Add Comment

Boutsen Aviation has completed two aircraft sales in one week, both in the Middle East region.

 

The first was Gulfstream GIV SP #1486, a special sale that made for Boutsen Aviation’s 365th aircraft transaction to-date. The second was Falcon 7X #112, the third in the Saudi SPA Fleet.

“It was of course an honour and a challenge to take on the sale of such an extensive and esteemed fleet,” said President Dominique Trinquet following the close of #112 on Tuesday. “But there’s nothing we like more than setting high standards for our company, and I am sure the fourth and last 7X of this fleet will soon follow.” 7X #112 is the third sale following #079 and #087 over the past few months.

Boutsen Aviation will be exhibiting at MEBAA in Dubai from December 10th-12th. Mr. Boutsen will be on site with Sales Representatives Timothée Marcie, Atiesh Mishra, and Karim Hijazi to showcase the Airbus A319CJ on the static display.

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