Flights involving small fractional business jets jumped 34.3% in June in the U.S. and Canada, helping lead business aircraft operations overall to a 3% gain, according to business aviation researcher and safety specialist Argus. Small cabin jets in fractional operations made the greatest gain in June, but small cabin jets used for charter marked the only decline in business jet operations in the month. Part 135 operations overall were up 1.4% in June, thanks to a 10.1% jump in large-cabin ...
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