Executives at several business jet manufacturers have suggested that the return of stability to the used aircraft market may be a reason to be cautiously optimistic that the dramatic decline in aircraft prices and sales may be abating. “While not a stellar [first fiscal] quarter, there are some encouraging signs,” Bombardier President and CEO Pierre Beaudoin told financial analysts recently. “Used business jet inventory is starting to stabilize, and credit is more available to ...

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