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    BAA November-December 2018

    Happy days are here again! We saw it last month in Orlando, in the smiles of more than 25,000 aviation professionals who attended the 72nd National Business Aviation Association Convention and Exposition. Flight activity is up, and aircraft manufacturers are improving their offerings to keep up with the higher demand as well as the latest available technology. In “An XXLent Time for BizAv,” Rolland Vincent tells you how OEMs are responding to the need for increased cabin comfort and improved flight decks.

    Taking it to the next step, Embraer’s Jay Beever describes the increased durability, flexibility, and ease of maintenance in the growing number of new aircraft models designed for shared use fleets in “Have Innovation, Will Travel.”

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