Aviation

June 23, 2013 7:13 AM

Business jet forecast sees slight rebound

A new 10-year forecast predicts business jet deliveries of 9,234 units valued at $255 billion in revenue, although it doesn’t project demand for narrow-body jets returning to pre-recession levels at any point in the decade.

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