The number of used business jets available for sale has dipped to the lowest levels since the business aircraft market downturn began and finished well below the 20-year average last year, according to business aviation market analyst Amstat. Business jet manufacturers and market analysts have closely followed inventory levels, pointing to a surplus of aircraft for sale over the past six years as a major impediment to a true market rebound. But the available inventory for sale dipped ...
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