Aircraft Owners And Pilots Association President Phil Boyer last week painted a rosy picture for the outlook of general aviation, noting that some 67 percent of the association's members surveyed remain optimistic about the industry's future. Speaking before the Aero Club of Washington, D.C., Boyer noted that key indicators remain strong, including the fact that the pilot population is at an all-time high of 661,000 and the number of student pilots as well as piston aircraft deliveries has ...

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