With an improving economy and fuel prices headed down, the turbine market is heating up.
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The market for turbine aircraft is slowly turning around, used inventories for many models are decreasing and some manufacturers are starting to cautiously ramp up production.
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Making the transition from a fixed- gear piston into a turbine isn't easy, cheap or quick, but it's possible.
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