Bombardier finds opportunity in Mexico
Bombardier will continue gambling in Mexico, as there is plenty of potential to maintain its sales rates here, despite the economic and political conditions, said Nicolas Aliaga, Sales Director in Mexico.
Out of the total executive aircraft sold around the world, 15% are for Latin American clients, with 50% of these clients coming from Mexico.
Nicolas Aliaga said that the expectation is to sell 800 units by 2026, and some of those units will be sold in Mexico.
The executive also commented that the Global 7000 and Global 8000 aircraft sales will start in 2018, with expectations of selling units in Mexico, too.