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BusinessAviationVoice: The Next 10 Years -- Jetcraft

Finally, someone who can speak authoritatively about the outlook for business aviation has gone on record stating explicitly what should have been obvious for some time: it’s time to stop anticipating any sharp upturns in the market. What the industry is experiencing and can anticipate in the future, according to a [...]
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