For those who think the skies are crowded today, just wait. The emerging class of light and super-light, single-pilot turbofan aircraft could almost double the size of the business jet fleet during the next 10 years, according to several industry sources. The latest Honeywell Aerospace market forecast, for example, predicts that at least 9,500 light and super-light jets will enter the fleet by 2013. Adam Aircraft, ATG Javelin, Avocet, Cessna Aircraft, Diamond, Eclipse Aviation and ...

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