On Feb. 20, the General Aviation Manufacturers Association (GAMA) will release the unit delivery and billings figures for aircraft produced by its members in 2018. Barring a production blowout in the last quarter, these statistics will underscore that the industry has yet to regain full health since its clobbering in the Great Recession a decade ago. In 2008, manufacturers delivered 3,970 business jets, turboprops and piston engine aircraft, valued at $24.7 billion. As of the end of last ...


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