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GA INDUSTRY REPORTS UPSWING IN DELIVERIES
U.S. general aviation billings jumped by nearly one-third and manufacturers saw improvements in jet, turboprop and piston aircraft deliveries during the first half of the year, the General Aviation Manufacturers Association reported last week. U.S. GA manufacturers shipped 445 units and billed $1.271 billion during the first six months of 1995, up 12.1 percent and 30.7 percent, respectively, from the same period in 1994. Piston-engine aircraft deliveries increased 10 percent from 221 in the first half of 1994 to 243 in first-half 1995. U.S.