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Five results that prove you're using business aviation correctly

The core of the business case for cost-conscious companies

A business airplane allows you to do more in less time and often at less cost than other modes of transportation. Productivity, flexibility and dependability are attributes of well-managed companies. They are also some of the top benefits of business aviation.

  • More productive time
    This is one of business aviation’s most apparent and measurable benefits, and it’s why many owners call their aircraft “time machines.” You and your employees have more usable time. Travel time becomes work time, because employees can sit face-to-face and discuss proprietary information, prepare for meetings or develop presentations en route.
  • Do more, spend less
    Sales, business development and customer service teams can respond quickly—in the most effective manner—to capture new business and serve existing customers. The aircraft serves as a value enabler—a tool that enhances your mobility, information exchange, reach and impression.
  • Lean, efficient management
    Business aviation can enable you to use thinner management teams in developing and managing multiple locations and global operations. How’s this for a force multiplier? It’s common to visit four cities in a region, in person, in a single day.
  • Dependable flexibility
    Business aircraft provide your company with the flexibility and dependability necessary to adjust to changing schedules or respond to business situations where time is of the essence. An aircraft gives you a way to quickly move parts and equipment that cannot be shipped or carried on commercial airlines.
  • Efficient, effective operations
    Using business aviation contributes to improved operational effectiveness and efficiency, which translates to overall bottom line profitability. Studies show companies using their own airplanes as a solution for some of their transportation challenges consistently generate more value for their shareholders than companies in the same industry that do not use business aviation.