Boeing sought to dispel concerns about a slowdown in the expansion of Gulf airlines as the aerospace business collected on Saturday for the Dubai Airshow.
DUBAI: Boeing sought to dispel concerns about a slowdown in the expansion of Gulf airlines as the aerospace business collected on Saturday for the Dubai Airshow.
Speaking to reporters on the eve of the showcase occasion, executives at the U.S. planemaker also played down the effects of expanding political tensions in the area.
“Visitors is coming back again and yields are enhancing and this is likely to be a pretty good backdrop to the Dubai Airshow,” Marty Bentrott, vice president for Boeing’s professional profits in the area, stated, citing increased gain at Dubai’s Emirates.
He stated Boeing had been requested to reschedule some deliveries in accordance to a standard pattern, but had not viewed cancellations considering the fact that a rift between Arab nations and Qatar previously this yr.
Boeing has viewed sturdy regional fascination in a proposed new mid-sized passenger jet, he additional.
(Reporting by Tim Hepher modifying by Alexander Smith)