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Biz jet operations higher overall because of U.S. flights

Bombardier Business Aircraft’s static display at Henderson Executive Airport during the 2015 National Business Aviation Association Convention in Las Vegas. A Federal Aviation Administration report said overall business jet operations moved slightly higher in 2015 because of an increase in U.S. departures and arrivals.
Bombardier Business Aircraft’s static display at Henderson Executive Airport during the 2015 National Business Aviation Association Convention in Las Vegas. A Federal Aviation Administration report said overall business jet operations moved slightly higher in 2015 because of an increase in U.S. departures and arrivals. The Wichita Eagle

Worldwide business jet operations totaled 4.28 million arrivals and departures in 2015, a 1.5 percent increase from 2014.

That’s according to the Federal Aviation Administration’s Business Jet Report for January 2016.

The report showed that the overall gain in operations came in the U.S., which was up 2.05 percent from 2014. International operations in 2015 were down 3.32 percent from the year before, the report said.

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