Gulfstream Aerospace’s green aircraft deliveries dipped in the second quarter and backlog continued to fall as the company works through the G650 orderbook, but new orders remained strong across the portfolio, Gulfstream parent General Dynamics reports. Gulfstream delivered a total of 33 green aircraft (built but not completed) in the second quarter, two fewer than in the second quarter of 2013. Of those deliveries, large-cabin deliveries were down by four units to 26, but mid-cabin ...
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