Sales of pre-owned business jets increased in 2010, compared with 2009 and 2008, according to a report from AircraftPost.com. “Taking a random sampling of medium and long-range aircraft, the number of transactions was up an average 30% over 2008, although selling prices dropped an average of 56%,” the report says. “One reason for the increase in transactions could be the result of prices going from ridiculously high levels to a level that makes sense again.” Affordability is an ...

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