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Will Middle East aviation thrive as turmoil dies down?

The turmoil in the Middle East led to an unprecedented spike in demand for private jets.

Flight loads in and out of 'problem' areas like Libya, Egypt and Tunisia surged as firms evacuated staff and politicians flew to try to hammer out deals.

But can the executive aviation industry hold on to those gains?

Simon Atkinson reports.