Deliveries of new business aircraft will decline modestly in 2002 and in 2003, with order rates in the same period slow to rise above current levels, provided the U.S. economy cooperates, according to Honeywell Aerospace's latest annual business aviation outlook. While this near-term picture of business aviation may seem tenuous, if not downright disheartening, the industry--and especially suppliers to the airframe primes--can take some consolation in the fact that manufacturer backlogs ...
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