Gulfstream Aerospace delivered 27 business jets in the third quarter of 2018: 21 large-cabin and six mid-cabin aircraft, a decline from 30 deliveries a year ago, the company reported. Order intake during the quarter was satisfactory but lower than expected due to financial issues with the Nordam Group and its inability to deliver nacelles for Gulfstream’s G500 and G600 jets, Phoebe Novakovic, chairman and CEO of General Dynamics, Gulfstream’s parent company, said on a conference ...

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