Business jet manufacturers are closely monitoring the worsening financial Asia-Pacific crisis for signs of a possible impact on booming aircraft sales. Gulfstream Aerospace is discussing possible deferrals of G5 deliveries to some customers in the Far East, while Raytheon Aircraft has seen a 60-70% slowdown in sales in Australia in the last 12 months. The largest single buyer of business aircraft--Executive Jet of Montvale, N.J.--has reassessed its international expansion plans ...

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