Manufacturers will deliver 6,800 new business jet aircraft valued at $89 billion for the period 2000-2010, according to AlliedSignal Aerospace's eighth annual Business Aviation Market Outlook. The latest forecast represents a 4.6 percent increase in projected aircraft deliveries during the 11-year forecast period and a 14.1 percent jump in value compared with the company's forecast of a year ago - 6,500 aircraft worth $78 billion. The 1999 forecast, based on input from more than ...

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