How svelte, trim and muscular all new business aircraft appear in glossy brochures — airways athletes, if you will. And, like Olympians, they promise to set new records for lifting massive weights, enduring long-distance runs, traveling at unprecedented speeds, and achieving unmatched efficiency. But business aircraft operators know their machines exist not to earn medals but rather to help earn money and thus have more in common with everyday working employees, who are versatile, ...

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