Relief is the prevailing sentiment in business aviation circles after President Obama’s State of the Union address, as industry advocates point out that corporate jet owners were not a specific target of the speech. And, while many industry leaders embrace his call for supporting manufacturing, they quickly note that other policy goals will hamper general aviation manufacturing. “We urge President Obama to fix his blind spot when it comes to the economic importance of business aviation,” ...

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