GAMA Reports Q1 Increase in Plane Deliveries, Led by Small Aircraft Written 20 May 2022


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Aviation International News reports that according to the General Aviation Manufacturers Association, “the first quarter brought good news for the general aviation industry in terms of deliveries,” as “overall airplane deliveries rose nearly 15 percent year-over-year, while helicopters handovers climbed 7 percent” and airplane deliveries “were led by smaller aircraft, causing a $300 million decline in billings from a year ago, to $3.7 billion.” GAMA found that “turboprop airplanes saw the largest gain, soaring by more than 30 percent over the first three months of 2021, with higher-end pressurized models receiving a 39 percent boost.”
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