With less than a 5% share of the global business jet market, the Asia-Pacific region has traditionally been long on potential but short on sales, even before the economic crunch and currency crises that have stymied most business jet manufacturers' marketing projections. A possible exception is Bombardier Aerospace with at least 15% (representing 12 aircraft) of its long-range Global Express backlog of 80 orders on schedule for eventual delivery to customers in the Pacific Rim. ...
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