Business jet traffic continues to remain flat with gains of one month offset by declines in the next, according to recent business jet traffic reports from FAA and industry analyst Argus. In the first six months of the year, business jet operations – domestically and internationally – have ranged from the low- to mid-300,000s, still well below peak traffic levels in 2004-2007, when monthly averages hovered near 400,000. But they are still up from the trough in the first six months of ...
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