A strong showing by Gulfstream and Bombardier helped propel first-half general aviation billings to their highest levels since 2008, but the continued sluggishness at the light end of the jet market kept down business shipments overall, according to the General Aviation Manufacturers Association’s (GAMA) first-half shipment report. But at the same time, the piston market – usually a leading indicator of market recovery – is showing signs of a rebound. According to the GAMA report ...
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