After years of repeated washouts, the business aviation outlook seems rosier. The industry may be at the beginning of a new period of growth. If this long-awaited return to prosperity occurs, it could help accelerate the fulfillment of new demand for lower-cost connectivity and significantly higher cruise speed. EBACE 2018, the European Business Aviation Convention and Exhibition to be held May 28-30 in Geneva, will be the opportunity to gauge optimism, which has only been a precursor to ...

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