The sky's the limit

Smith, Dexter Jerome
December 1998
Middle East;Dec98, Issue 285, p40
Focuses on the aerospace industry in the Middle East. Region as one of the biggest export markets for aerospace manufacturers particularly in military aviation; Confinement of the civil helicopter market to the offshore oil industry; Field of trainer aircraft as the only future growth area in military aviation in the Middle East.


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