Minnesota, North Carolina highlight business aviation’s economic impact

economic impact of private jets

Business aviation contributes over $10 billion to the economies of North Carolina and Minnesota

Minnesota and North Carolina politicians recently highlighted how private jets and other business aircraft drive their economies.

Advocacy group No Plane, No Gain reports for Minnesota $5.3 billion in economic impact generated by 135 public-use airports and 83 heliports, plus FBOs, flight schools, aircraft manufacturing, and flight instructors.

Here’s how Business Aviation works for America

Private Jet

Private jet advocacy group No Plane No Gain has released a media presentation designed to help business aviation users explain the benefits the industry brings to the entire economy

No Plane No Gain, an advocacy group backed by the National Business Aviation Association (NBAA) and the General Aviation Manufacturers Association (GAMA) have released a media presentation designed to correct misperceptions and explain how private aviation benefits the broad economy.

CEOs make the case for business aviation

A new report from the No Plane No Gain uses CEOs to highlight how private jets can increase a company’s efficiency and profits

To help highlight the benefits of business aviation, No Plane, No Gain, a group supported by the National Business Aviation Association and General Aviation Manufacturers Association, has issued a new report that includes endorsements from CEOs.

Forget the price. Here’s what you need to ask before your next private air charter

Private jet safety

Before chartering a private jet, turboprop or piston aircraft, here are the questions you should ask the operator

The National Business Aviation Association’s Aircraft Charter Consumer guide offers the questions you should ask of a charter operator before you buy, and certainly before you fly.

New Research: You don’t need to have a big company to benefit from business aviation

The Harris Poll underscores that business aviation helps users build their businesses

 

According to a recently conducted survey by The Harris Poll, business aviation continues to provide the same benefits that have traditionally been associated with its use, including greater efficiency and flexibility in travel scheduling; heightened employee productivity while en route; access from secondary cities to larger metropolitan areas for exploring business opportunities; and a means of business transport to augment airline travel. It also found 57% of the companies using private aviation have under 500 employees and 62% have just one aircraft. 

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