Business aviation advocates are intensifying efforts to stop the hemorrhaging of jobs they believe can be at least partially attributed to criticism by public officials linking corporate jets to corporate excess. “[Business aviation] is under attack and may soon face economic collapse,” National Air Transportation Association James Coyne said in a lengthy, strongly worded letter sent to President Obama this week. Coyne’s letter responded to the President’s recent barbs regarding ...
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