Advantages of Business Aviation for your Company
While companies that rely on business aviation represent many different professions and locations, they all have one thing in common: the need for fast, flexible, safe, secure and cost-effective access to destinations across the country and around the world. In many instances, business aviation is the appropriate transportation solution, opening the door to global commerce for small-community and rural populations by linking them directly to population centers and manufacturing facilities. The benefits of business aviation are clear:
- Greater Productivity During Travel
Business aviation allows for efficient, flexible, safe, secure and cost-effective access to destinations across the country and around the world. Because employees can meet, plan and work with each other aboard business aircraft, productivity en route is greatly enhanced.
- Access to Places with Little or No Commercial Service
In many instances, business aviation is the best or only transportation option available, opening the door to global commerce for small-community and rural populations by linking them directly to population centers and manufacturing facilities. Business aircraft can reach 5,000 airports, versus only 500 for commercial airlines. Studies have also shown that business aviation contributes greatly to local economies across the country.
- Same-Day Access to Multiple Cities
Business aircraft allow employees to make a trip involving stops at several locations, then return to headquarters the same day. Hundreds or thousands of dollars can be saved on hotel rooms, rental cars, meals and other expenses that would be needed to make the same trip over several days via auto, train or airline transport.
Here are some uses for business aviation:
- Transportation of employees
- Transportation of customers
- Transportation of cargo, parts and mail
- Medical and emergency transport
- Mapping and surveying
- Aerial photography
- Agricultural applications
- Game tracking and control
- Security and law enforcement
- News gathering
- Airborne research and development
- Pipeline and utility monitoring
- Weather monitoring and reporting
- Humanitarian missions