When things get moving in China, they can move quickly. Until about four years ago, Chinese demand for business aviation was one of those things that was forever coming, forever predicted, but never a reality. Then, when orders from China finally began picking up, around 2008, the market revealed its immaturity: almost all the buyers wanted large aircraft. With no business aviation culture, the only people who thought of flying in business aircraft were extremely rich individuals and top ...
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