ASI Sees Uptick in International Bizav Flights

Aviation International News » November 2009
November 2, 2009, 6:50 AM

ASI Group told AIN at the NBAA Convention last month that recently it has seen a 25-percent increase in customers’ international business jet operations. “The past 90 days have been the most active in terms of international flights that we’ve seen this year,” ASI Group president Charlie LeBlanc said. “Two of the hottest areas for increased activities are Asia and South America.” LeBlanc attributed the uptick in activity to the improving business climate in these and other regions around the world.

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