Things are looking up for Chinese business aviation. It is not back to the heady days of the beginning of the decade, when the fleet was expanding 40% a year. But activity is growing solidly, and airport construction offers the prospect of private aircraft becoming more useful.  The industry is maturing, too: Aircraft are increasingly used as business tools, rather than just as luxury transport for owners. That is a good sign for future demand. Sales growth boomed until 2013, when ...

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