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October biz jet operations down in U.S., world

The Dassault FalconJet static display at Henderson Executive Airport at last week’s National Business Aviation Association Convention in Las Vegas.
The Dassault FalconJet static display at Henderson Executive Airport at last week’s National Business Aviation Association Convention in Las Vegas. The Wichita Eagle

A Federal Aviation Administration report said business jet operations in the U.S. edged slightly lower last month.

The FAA’s Business Jet Report said October 2015 operations — arrivals and departures — moved down 0.5 percent compared with October 2014.

International operations fell 6.14 percent in the same period, the report said.

For the year, domestic operations are up 2.16 percent while international is down 3 percent.

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