Anselmo, Joseph C.; Unnikrishnan, Madhu
January 2009
Aviation Week & Space Technology;1/12/2009, Vol. 170 Issue 2, p10
Trade Publication
The article assesses the state of the business aircraft industry in 2009. A number of indicators suggest the sharp deterioration in the second half of 2008 is only intensifying. The number of used business jets for sale is up 65% from a year ago, according to a new estimate by UBS Investment Research. To be sure, business jet builders are sitting on record backlogs that are spread around the globe, making manufacturers less vulnerable to the U.S. economy than they were in the last downturn.


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