Business and general aviation manufacturers worldwide shipped 11.4% fewer aircraft in 2010, a drop largely expected, but the strength of the large-cabin and VIP airliner business aircraft segments led the industry to post its third highest billings in history, the General Aviation Manufacturers Association (GAMA) announced today. Business and general aviation manufacturers worldwide shipped 2,015 airplanes last year, down from 2,274 in 2009. Billings, however, actually increased 1.2% to ...
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