JetCraft Corp. — the Raleigh, N.C.-based provider of business aircraft sales, acquisitions, trading and brokerage services — said at the end of August that its market outlook remains “fundamentally unchanged” despite recent financial uncertainties in Europe and the U.S. JetCraft President Chad Anderson explained, “Specifically, we are seeing two trends that we believe are representative of the international business jet market at this time. First, prices at the top of the market — new ...
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