Hawker Beechcraft has recently stated that numerous Central European countries have faced a significant jump in business jet deliveries from 2007-2011. Poland alone increased its deliveries by 160%. The figures shouldn’t surprise anyone as business aviation has a strong correlation with growth in national GDP. Indeed, the Polish GDP growth rate in 2011 exceeded 4%. The European authorities forecast that Eastern European economies will experience the highest GDP growth rates in the EU for 2012, with Lithuania to lead the list posting growth of 3.4%
‘There will always be demand for the ability to fly wherever and whenever one wants. With the European economy to continue its recovery, the demand will also be rising. As a result of such developments, we believe that during the following 10 years the European business aviation fleet will see a revival, increasing by roughly 150% and topping 5,000 aircraft,’ concluded Airida Kazlauskaite.
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