Although sales of previously owned, turbine-powered aircraft traditionally take a break during July and August, the market upturn experienced during the spring is expected to continue even after many used-aircraft dealers and brokers return from their summer vacations. ``Aircraft with no `issues' have hit bottom . . . and bounced,'' declared Fletcher Aldredge, publisher of Vref Aircraft Value Reference, in the most recent edition of his Market Leader newsletter. ``No longer can ...


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