Larger business aircraft leading the rate of sales recovery
Slightly recovering is a good description of the business aviation market. In some sectors, stagnant might be a better description. Amid economic uncertainty, the market continues to limp along. Nevertheless, a certain amount of market optimism is justified. The collapse of the general economy and the world's financial markets in the fourth quarter of 2008 presaged an end to what had been a boom for business jet aircraft. New orders became scarce, customers began deferring deliveries, ...
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