The prolonged recovery of the used business jet market has faltered in recent months, taking a “frustrating” step backward, according to market research firm Amstat. Business aviation analysts have closely watched the used market over the past couple of years, as high inventories have been considered a major stumbling block to the industry’s recovery. Amstat stresses that those inventories have come down. “Over the long haul, conditions are getting better more often than they’re getting ...

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