After an unprecedented year of order cancellations, job losses and increases of used aircraft on the market, Honeywell Aerospace this week is presenting an 11-year forecast that is dramatically scaled back from a year earlier, but one that paints a more optimistic picture beginning in 2011. The 18th edition of the Honeywell Business Aviation Forecast predicts a market for 11,000 new business jets valued at some $200 billion from 2009 through 2019. That is down from last year’s Honeywell ...

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