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FAA report: Business jet ops swing higher in July

Four Citation Latitude business jets used in flight testing are parked at Textron Aviation Cessna in this 2014 photo.
Four Citation Latitude business jets used in flight testing are parked at Textron Aviation Cessna in this 2014 photo. The Wichita Eagle

A Federal Aviation Administration report said Monday that business jet operations in the U.S. moved higher in July.

The report also adjusted its June figures higher.

The FAA’s monthly Business Jet Report said July 2015 operations — arrivals and departures — were up 2.76 percent compared with July 2014.

It also adjusted its June 2015 rate from 2.19 percent to 2.67 percent higher in June 2015 compared with the same month a year ago.

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