A recent report from Gama Aviation revealed the fast growth of flights emanating from emerging European economies has been the driving force behind the increase in European business flights over the past five years. Business Airport International spoke to Marwan Khalek, CEO of Gama Aviation, about what the results mean for the company.
Author Kirstie Pickering
Kirstie worked full-time on Business Airport International for over two years and is now a freelance journalist. Away from her writing commitments, you will find her blogging on her lifestyle website or training for her next charity run.
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