“Business jets are on a positive pace in 2012, with 5.7-percent growth year-to-date in November in pre-owned full retail sale transactions and a 1.8-percent increase in average asking price, compared with the same period in 2011,” business aviation market information firm JetNet said today in its latest market update.
“A strong recovery of the pre-owned business jet market full-sale transactions is under way in 2012 and should result in a new record peak activity, surpassing that last seen in 2007,” business aviation market information firm JetNet said yesterday in its latest market update. The compounded annual growth rate for sales transactions of used business jets has averaged 12.2 percent, it noted.
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