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2021 and Beyond: Cause for Optimism

As we leave 2020 behind and reflect on COVID-19 induced challenges, with the majority of business aviation aircraft being effectively grounded, the ABAA and many other business aviation associations around the world are confident that recovery will be attainable in 2021.

Global Business Aviation Outlook

Also, on the bright side, Honeywell has forecast 7300 new business jet deliveries, valued at US$235 billion during the next decade. Short-term reductions in both

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