International demand will make an important contribution to the
business jet market's gradual recovery and account for an increased
proportion of future sales, according to Trevor Esling, Cessna's
vice president for International Sales.
"Cessna expects that increased customer demand will first become
apparent in certain international markets, and that regions such as
Eastern Europe and Russia, Latin America and the Middle East will
become more significant markets alongside the United States and
European Union," Esling said Wednesday at the Future of Business
Jets conference in London.
Esling also observed that China and India will grow in
importance as business jet markets in the medium term, with the
potential for increased demand for all categories of business