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Jean-Paul Boutibou


Vice President Sales, Middle East & Africa


Bombardier Commercial Aircraft


Jean-Paul Boutibou was appointed Vice President, Sales, Middle East & Africa for Bombardier Commercial Aircraft in May 2016.


As a strategic industry leader, Mr. Boutibou has been tasked with using his expertise in sales and marketing to lead a team responsible for expanding Bombardier’s global reach in emerging aviation markets in the Middle East and Africa.


Continuing to reside in the United Arab Emirates (UAE) where he has been based for the past 15 years, Mr. Boutibou has extensive experience and contacts in the aviation industry in the region.


Prior to joining Bombardier, Mr. Boutibou was the Managing Partner at ABJAD Group for over 12 years, specializing in aircraft trading and after-market support services to a wide range of customers.


Previous to that, he served as Vice President, Marketing at International Air Finance Corporation (IAFC) and worked with UTA (Union de Transports Aériens) French Airlines (pre-merger with Air France). Mr. Boutibou also spent over 12 years at Airbus as Sales Director for Middle-East and Africa.


Mr. Boutibou has an MBA in International Business from Fordham University.

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