Business aircraft makers used last week’s Latin American Business Aviation Conference and Exhibition (Labace) in Sao Paulo, Brazil, as a platform to expand their reach into what they believe is a growing market. Gulfstream Aerospace calls Brazil one of the strongest markets worldwide for business aviation. The Savannah, Ga.-based airframer sold its first Gulfstream jet to a Brazilian customer in 2002, and the fleet numbered 14 in 2009. But over the next two years, the number of ...

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