Seeing signs of an uptick, bizjet makers start to reburnish their industry’s image
Their production slowed, workforces slashed, products and reputations besmirched, and giddy forecasts turned into fiction, the battered and bruised makers of business aircraft are beginning to express cautious optimism that the current market downturn may be changing direction. Hopeful signs include some sales of large-cabin aircraft and increased interest in general aviation models, says Gulfstream Aerospace President Joe Lombardo, who was among the many industry executives gathering at ...
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