Deliveries of midsize business jets edged up in 2011, but the general aviation industry is still grappling with the prolonged economic uncertainty that is keeping buyers at bay. General aviation manufacturers shipped 1,865 aircraft in 2011, a 3.5% drop from the 1,932 shipped in 2010, according to the annual year-end report on the state of the industry from the Washington-based General Aviation Manufacturers Association (GAMA). Industry leaders had hoped to see improvement in 2011, but ...
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