Boeing Business Jets came to last week’s European Business Aviation Convention and Exposition with only two new customers signed in 2009. That’s two more than its rivals at Airbus Corporate Jets, but this advantage is erased by four cancellations. Boeing had secured orders for eight VIP jets since the 2008 EBACE, down from the 33 it had from a year prior (from the 2007 EBACE to 2008 EBACE). Three of the four cancellations came from customers in Russia, one of the markets hardest hit ...
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