Early returns from the industry’s “No Plane, No Gain” campaign indicate attitudes about business aviation are beginning to change, but more needs to be done, Gulfstream President Joe Lombardo said. Speaking to the Aero Club of Washington on May 26, Lombardo said, “Results are favorable. Things have calmed down.” He added, however, that calming down only means the negative press has abated. The industry must still project a positive image. “General aviation has suffered significantly,” ...

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