Business jet deliveries will not improve in 2011, and things may even get worse, predicts Honeywell’s 19th annual Business Aviation Outlook. The forecast, to be released Oct. 17 before the National Business Aviation Association’s annual meeting and convention in Atlanta, projects just 675-700 new business jets will be delivered this year – down from 849 in 2009 and 1,139 in 2008 – and sees them staying under 700 next year. “2011 will be another ‘bouncing along the bottom’ type of year,” says ...

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