Business jets sit outside a hangar at Wichita Eisenhower National Airport in June. Nearly half of the world’s business jet fleet is 15 years or older, but aging planes aren’t being replaced as quickly as would normally be expected, industry experts say.
Business jets sit outside a hangar at Wichita Eisenhower National Airport in June. Nearly half of the world’s business jet fleet is 15 years or older, but aging planes aren’t being replaced as quickly as would normally be expected, industry experts say. Jerry Siebenmark The Wichita Eagle
Business jets sit outside a hangar at Wichita Eisenhower National Airport in June. Nearly half of the world’s business jet fleet is 15 years or older, but aging planes aren’t being replaced as quickly as would normally be expected, industry experts say. Jerry Siebenmark The Wichita Eagle

Aging business jet fleet should be spurring sales, but it’s not

September 06, 2017 05:21 PM

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