After four years of declines, the business aviation market is expected to begin a sustained period of slow but steady growth in 2012, according to information released by Honeywell in Las Vegas just prior to the start of last month's NBAA Meeting and Convention. Honeywell's 20th Annual Business Aviation Outlook, which surveyed more than 1,500 company flight departments worldwide, suggests that new aircraft purchases will increase next year by between 3% and 5% in units and 5% to 8% in ...

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