Eurocopter Sees Growth in Southern Africa

Aviation International News » November 2010
October 26, 2010, 1:03 PM

Eurocopter expects to book approximately $67 million in orders in Southern African countries this year, a 35-percent increase over 2009’s orders. The company attributes this increase to growth in parapublic markets. Regional turnover for this year is expected to be close to $56 million. The company’s training center near Johannesburg, South Africa, is planning to add one instructor to its staff in 2011.

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