Five states salute business aviation for its contributions to their economies

In May, the governors of Alaska, Maine, Nebraska, New Jersey and New York were able to agree on at least one thing – private jets make the economy hum…

 

Alaska, Maine, Nebraska, New Jersey and New York officially recognized the business aviation for the important role it plays serving hundreds of communities that have little or no scheduled commercial airline service. From No Plane, No Gain, here’s the rundown: 

Does Business Aviation Support Your Community? Here Are 375 Million Examples

Flying by private jet or turboprop for business or leisure supports the community you are based in and the places you fly, according to a new government study

 

Flying privately is not only good for you and your business. Flying via private aviation has a big, positive impact on both your base community and the places you fly. Manassas Regional Airport (HEF) delivers an annual impact with $375,492,000 in economic activity, according to a study commissioned by the Virginia Department of Aviation, and reported by No Plane, No Gain, an advocacy group supported by the National Business Aviation Association and General Aviation Manufacturers Association. 

Rural Airports Stimulate Economic Growth

Access by private jets and turboprops enable companies to better serve hard to get to locations bringing money and jobs. Jet Cards have made it easier for companies to use business aviation

 

Jet Cards have made travel easier for companies by enabling them to leverage the benefits of private jet travel for employees and customers without the long-term commitment and expense of full or fractional ownership. At the same time Jet Cards provide companies the ability to tightly control budgets and who is flying, as well as ensure providers meet the duty of care standards for sourcing aircraft and flight crew. Now, according to advocacy group No Plane No Gain, two governors in the Southeast have recognized that having their rural general aviation airports upgraded to business aviation standards is a key element in driving increased economic development in these areas. 

The Survey Says Successful Companies Use Private Jets

New research shows that companies that use private aviation sell more, earn more and have happier and more productive employees

 

Business aviation is a productivity tool used by thousands of companies and organizations of all sizes. These forward-thinking organizations utilize business aircraft to minimize travel time; enhance the efficiency, productivity, safety and security of key personnel; and remain nimble, competitive and successful in today’s highly competitive marketplace, so says new research. It’s time to separate fact from fiction.