General aviation in China has a strong long-term future, but it's important not to confuse its initial spike in orders with that market's long-term character, which may be very different. So says aviation analyst Brian Foley. “Dreams of a limitless upside must be tempered with realism. The current order rate cannot be sustained indefinitely, but there will still be plenty of activity to keep the industry contented.” Foley forecasts that Chinese orders for large-cabin business jets, in ...
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