Business-jet sales struggle for lift amid Brexit, U.S. woes

Sales for private jets have been slowed by global uncertainty and an expansion of available options in the market. Above, a Citation Sovereign + from the Cessna branch of Textron. / COURTESY TEXTRON
Sales for private jets have been slowed by global uncertainty and an expansion of available options in the market. Above, a Citation Sovereign + from the Cessna branch of Textron Inc. / COURTESY TEXTRON
NEW YORK - Selling aircraft to the world’s elite is set to remain a struggle as concerns about the fallout from Brexit and political uncertainty in the U.S. weigh on buyers of corporate jets, according to Embraer SA. Western European markets are sluggish, and demand could dip in the U.S., said Michael Amalfitano, who took…

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