April business jet and turboprop activity in Europe declined 12.3% compared to a year ago, according to Argus International. Large jet activity declined 16.8%, followed by turboprops with a 14.0% drop. Light jet activity declined 8.7%, while midsize activity decreased 4.3%. Compared to March, European flight activity rose 1.6%. According to Colibri Aircraft, part of the drop could be from a decline in the number of business aircraft registered in the UK, which fell 4.6% from January 2018 to ...

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