After a summer where business aircraft flying strengthened notably in North America, activity slowed in September, but still ended the third quarter up over the previous year, according to business aviation analyst Argus. The September slide, down 4.9% over August, tracks with historical trends of slowing travel as the summer end. But it was still up 1.3% over September 2012, showing a slow but continual trend of improving flight activity since the first quarter, even if the improvement ...
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