Boutsen Aviation, based in Monaco, closed on 17 aircraft transactions in 2017, including a Global XRS and a Falcon 7X in late December, the company said. In January, five aircraft went into deals pending, including one turboprop, two jets and two helicopters. It also added four new aircraft to its inventory: a 2009 Citation Mustang, a 2010 Gulfstream G550 and two Falcon 7X business jets. Boutsen President Dominique Trinquet said he forecasts another strong year as the market for heavy jets ...

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