General aviation should begin recovery in 2010, analyst says

01/6/2010 | AviationWeek.com

General aviation analysts predict 2010 will see a recovery of the industry after the steep drop of 2009. Analyst Brian Foley said "non-U.S. buyers will deplete the most desirable pre-owned inventory, forcing still-recovering U.S. buyers to lead the new aircraft recovery later." However, Foley warns the pace of the recovery may seem "glacial" as it slowly climbs during a six-year period.

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