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February 05, 2023

Amphibious Aircraft Market Slated for $502.02 Million by 2031

Will the Seaplane Rise Again? Some Indicators Point to a Comeback

While the industry as a whole has moved past the romantic old ways of the 'Clipper' as a staple of air travel, amphibious aircraft just might be on their way back to vogue. Allied Market Research points to a number of developments that could end up bringing back a little of the seaplane's heyday. Increases in tourist spending, defense procurement, and new technology that render amphibious aircraft more affordable could bring the industry back into viability. Small operators like Tailwind have already begun utilizing the classic Cessna 208 to ferry passengers from New York City to Boston or Washington DC, shuttling commuters throughout the Northeast.

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Classic Aero-TV: Boeing BizJets--Building a Solid Future for the King of BizJets

From 2014 (YouTube Version): The BBJ Continues to Represent The Pinnacle Of Business Travel

While at NBAA2014, ANN News Editor Tom Patton checked on what is going on with the business jet side of the Boeing Company. This gave him the opportunity to talk with the president of Boeing Business Jets’ Steve Taylor. Tom’s first question was about Boeing’s statement that their bizjet market looks good. Taylor explains the world of the big business jets by saying that the last few years in this market have been slow. However, sales are now up and he says Boeing owes a lot

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