View the PDF Despite a dip in near-term purchase expectations, Honeywell Aerospace believes new aircraft models and long-term regional growth will help create a market for 9,450 new business jets valued at $280 billion through 2024. Honeywell’s 23rd annual Business Aviation Outlook marks a slight 2-3% increase in anticipated deliveries but a 7-8% increase in value over its 2013 forecast. This is a turnaround after Honeywell had lowered its outlook in 2013. The forecast anticipates an ...

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