Although the industry’s public image problems have been improving, the effects of the negative publicity in late 2008 and 2009 still linger, says Dassault Falcon President and CEO John Rosanvallon. Many Fortune 500 companies are “slow to go back” to the aircraft market to renew their fleet, he says.
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