Boeing and Airbus are responding to rising demand in the charter and VIP markets for transports as business aircraft
Sales of commercial air transports for use as business jets have waned in recent years, but Boeing and Airbus claim they see emerging demand in the charter and VIP markets. Both companies are working feverishly to establish the most advantageous market position. Their rivalry in this narrow but important business aviation niche remains as heated as ever, despite the slump in the overall segment. Boeing didn't even consider the charter market when it launched its Boeing Business ...
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