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Old 01-04-2007, 07:44 AM
MattK MattK is offline
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Default Business Aviation Outlook Remains Good

According to an article published on the Flight International website, the forecast for business aviation in 2007 is very good.
Corporate profits, stock market performance and Gross Domestic Product growth are the key indicators of business jet market health. The stability of the US economy - home to the world's largest general aviation market - has played a pivotal role in sustaining industry growth, but the landscape is changing.
The last words quoted -- the landscape is changing -- isn't necessarily a bad thing. New markets in China, India, and other emerging nations could fuel growth for the long term. So, perhaps it is time for you to brush up on your international language skills and consider expanding your job search to go well beyond your current service area. Any takers?
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Old 01-04-2007, 01:20 PM
Betty Boop Betty Boop is offline
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Default Re: Language

Business aviation certainly has changed. Not long ago speaking English only was sufficient to land a job but with flights originating overseas a second language would be helpful.

If I was just starting out I would take Spanish or French. Arabic too if I was linguistically minded.
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