With today's airport hassles and flight delays, the schedule looks impossible. That is, impossible for anyone flying commercial airlines. The corporate jet, however, solves the scheduling dilemma, delivering the CEO to his back-to-back destinations, well-rested and luggage in hand. The business case for owning and operating a corporate airplane can be documented and weighed. Less obvious is the case for the safety and security of corporate aviation. Late planes, crowded airports, high fares for last-minute flights are all factors that have played a role in the increasing number of businesses turning to corporate aviation. Despite the increasing number of corporate flights, accident statistics show that companies are doing a good job of keeping executives safe.
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