Journalists at this year's Farnborough International Airshow reported that the red-hot business aviation market seemed to have cooled some, at least in North America. And as charter activity waned a bit, more red flags went up. Until the housing meltdown of 2006 began to accelerate, ending a long period of continuous growth and creating a credit crunch in the United States and parts of Europe, the aviation community was more accustomed to hearing dire warnings about a coming shortage of ...

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