A 'cultural shift' is beginning to trigger long-awaited growth in Asia-Pacific business aviation
Demand for business jets in the Asia-Pacific region, historically little more than wishful thinking on the part of original equipment manufacturers, at last may be coming to life. Bombardier Aerospace, Cessna Aircraft, Gulfstream Aerospace, Dassault Aviation's Falcon Jet and Raytheon Aircraft are beginning to see growing interest in their bizjet offerings across all market segments. No one is predicting a surge in orders anytime soon. Still, the pickup in activity could herald the ...
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