Why Companies Utilize Business Aviation
Accessing communities with little or no airline service
Business aviation serves ten times the number of communities (more than 5,000 airports
served by commercial airlines (about 500 airports) This means business aviation can
allow companies to locate plants or facilities in small towns or rural communities with little
or no commercial airline service. Since nearly 100 communities have lost airline service
in the past year, this is important.
Reaching multiple destinations quickly and efficiently
Companies that need to reach multiple destinations in a single day may elect to use business aviation, because that
type of mission could be hard or impossible to complete with other modes of transportation.
Business people don’t always know in advance where or when opportunities will present themselves. In today’s
business environment, companies need to be nimble enough to move quickly. Business aviation provides flexibility
for companies that need to ensure employees can respond to changing demands and circumstances.
Increasing employee productivity and providing security
Business aviation is a productivity tool – when traveling aboard business aircraft, employees can meet, plan and
work en route. Business aviation also allows employees to discuss proprietary information in a secure environment
and without fear of eavesdropping, industrial espionage or physical threat.
Over 3 percent of all commercial airline flights are cancelled. Nearly one quarter are delayed. Today, because of
record load factors on commercial airlines, if your flight is cancelled or a delay causes you to miss your connection,
the odds of you getting on the next flight are significantly reduced. When the future of a company and its employees
is dependent upon you arriving on time, business aviation is an important tool.
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