A leaner, consolidated industry, more accountability, perhaps new forms of ownership and longer aircraft retention, a resurgent charter component . . . and a “pony.” This is what an ad hoc panel of luminaries and experts assembled by Business & Commercial Aviation are predicting for business aviation when the economy recovers and growth resumes — hopefully — in the next three to four years. (We’ll get to the pony later on.) Given the magnitude of the financial meltdown, it’s highly ...

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