Airspace and flight restrictions imposed on general and business aviation in the wake of the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks are having widely different effects on various segments of the aviation community, ranging from a temporary shutdown of one general aviation manufacturer to booming business for charter and fractional aircraft providers. Industry executives say it's too soon to tell how damaging the GA restrictions ultimately will be or what the future holds, but they agree that ...

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