Six years after the business aviation sector suffered from the ripple effects of the sub-prime mortgage crisis, the industry in Europe has still not fully recovered. Following a strong bounce back to near-pre-crisis levels, the number of departures has been in a steady decline. Since 2011, top business aviation airports in Geneva, Zurich and at Paris-Le Bourget have lost 5-10% of their executive jet traffic. After a promising start in 2014, charter operators have been severely affected by ...

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