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Business Aviation: The Unfair Advantage

Soumis
 
What was once used only in extraordinary circumstances or by top global companies has today become a business necessity. If you charter, lease or own an aircraft, you already understand that Business Aviation — also called General Aviation — (www.forbes.com) Plus d'info...

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mpradel
Marcus Pradel 4
Props for using the best looking airplane ever made on the article.

The Starship rocks!
HunterTS4
Toby Sharp 1
You mean the King Air?! ;)
willlds
Scroll down, there's a starship there too!
chalet
chalet 2
Terrible article as the author claims that only 3% of the general aviation aircraft are used by corporations and the remaining 97% by various organizations, etc. The bum obviously knows what a plane looks like is but that is all he knows about aviation: the remaining 97% is made by people who love planes and enjoy flying as a hobby, so if he was trying to extoll the virtues of 20 to 45 million dollar business jets private aviation did not have to be mentioned.
tlillis4
That was my concern as well. The author conflated "Business Aviation" with "General Aviation". That is dangerous given the present regulatory climate. The reality is more complex. For example, how many small business owners put what is ostensibly a private plane under their business for tax and liability purposes? How many use "company planes" as others do "company cars"?
jonathanb510
Jonathan Baker 1
Use of the phrase "The Unfair Advantage" without reference to Mr. Roger Penske is sacrilege!
slgordon3
slgordon3 1
Thank you for this public service announcement from the Business Jet Manufacturers Association :)

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