Let’s review for a moment how the latest attack on business aviation began. The CEOs of the three largest American automobile manufacturers went before Congress to ask for bailouts to sustain their failing companies. While there, Rep. Gary Ackerman (D) of New York’s Fifth District asked the trio if they’d traveled to Washington via business jets. All three admitted they had — then said nothing more. As aircraft salesman and aviation consultant Bill Quinn put it (see “When Business ...

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