Gulfstream Aerospace reported delivering 26 business jets during the first quarter, down from 30 a year earlier. The total comprised 19 large-cabin and seven mid-cabin aircraft, compared to 23 large-cabin and seven mid-cabin jets in 2017. However, Phebe Novakovic, chairman and CEO of General Dynamics, Gulfstream’s parent company, said the manufacturer would have delivered two additional aircraft—a special-mission G550 and a G280—which were ready and scheduled, but the ...

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