What the Belarus Air Piracy Incident Means for Business Aviation

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Consider this international operations scenario: You’re at the helm of your employer’s new ultra-long-range business jet, making Mach 0.87 at FL410 in international airspace on a gorgeous cloudless day and feeling smug at your good fortune. All the bells and whistles are performing perfectly, and...

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