Avionav’s plans after takeover of Storm Aircraft

Avionav’s plans after takeover of Storm Aircraft

The Tunisian light aircraft manufacturer bought out its former partner after the latter’s chief executive passed away.

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            ▪ Avionav’s plans after takeover of Storm Aircraft

▪ The Tunisian light aircraft manufacturer bought out its former partner after the latter’s chief executive passed away.

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Foued El Kamel, the CEO of Avionav, is hoping for 30 aircraft orders in 2022 –tripling the current activity – following the acquisition of its Italian partner Storm Aircraft. The strategy aims primarily to open up more to Western markets and to facilitate dealings with customers.

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