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Palm Aviation Expects Double Digit Growth This Year

Palm Aviation executive vice president said he expects Dubai’s private charter airline to sustain its revenue growth of 35% this year.  Mohammed Saideh said the company’s performance last year was exceptional and its fourth quarter performance was supported by long term contracts with its partners. He said private charter flight services remain an attractive option as rates soften and fuel prices come down. Saideh said Palm Aviations services in Middle East, Africa, Europe, and the Commonwealth of Independent States will help sustain its growth.

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