VistaJet posted a 22% increase in flight revenue for 2017, with U.S. flight hours up 39%, the Malta-based aviation company reported. VistaJet founder Thomas Flohr said 2017 was a record year. The company is heading into 2018 in a “fantastic position,” Flohr said. The global market for program, direct and on-demand business-jet services—as a whole—has proven resilient, Flohr said. It  recorded 5% growth in 2017. Aircraft utilization has returned to levels not ...

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