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Bombardier Commercial Aircraft appoint new vice president, sales, Middle East & Africa

Posted 24 May 2016 · Add Comment

Bombardier Commercial Aircraft has appointed Jean-Paul Boutibou as vice president, sales, Middle East & Africa.

Boutibou, will report to Colin Bole, senior vice president, commercial. 

"This is a crucial year for Commercial Aircraft as we concentrate our transformation efforts on delivering a flawless C Series customer experience, whilst continuing to seize the many sales opportunities being presented in key world markets. Jean-Paul will join our commercial aircraft sales team as we expand our presence and promote our portfolio of Q Series, CRJ Series and C Series aircraft around the world," said Bole, senior vice president, commercial, Bombardier Commercial Aircraft.

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