Used business aircraft sales slowed slightly, particularly in the light jet segment, and inventory began to creep back up in the third quarter. But used market indicators overall were a “mixed bag” as pricing strengthened for both business jets and turboprops, according to industry analyst Amstat. Aircraft manufacturers and industry analysts closely follow used jet indicators -– particularly the available inventory and pricing -– to monitor the overall health of the industry. The ...

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