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Identifying the pressures and obligations on Board Members this section is dedicated to addressing the business aviation issues that really matter to the company executive, releasing you to understand and enjoy the full benefits of this essential business tool.
Robert Herjavec owns a Bombardier Challenger 604 and maintains two Magellan Jet Cards that give him access to charter aircraft for his business travels when his own aircraft is down for scheduled maintenance or otherwise not available. When asked why he is so committed to Business Aviation, he related advice given to him many years ago.
This fall’s agenda in Washington, DC will include heated debates related to government spending and counterbalancing revenues as Congress attempts to unwind unprecedented actions by the Federal Reserve and the Obama Administration during the Great Recession. Some legislators will use the impending limitation to our nation’s borrowing authority, due to occur in mid-October when the nation is expected to reach its debt ceiling, as the setting for extending or even expanding the mandatory cuts in g
Louis Sullivan, the late 19th Century architect often identified as the “father of skyscrapers”, was noted for his phase ‘Form ever follows function’. Shortened over time to simply ‘Form follows function’, Sullivan’s statement articulated the trend to place greater emphasis on an object’s practical use than on its appearances.
Perhaps it is not surprising that North America is home to more than half the world’s turbine-powered business aircraft (mostly registered in the USA) - but did you know that about 40 per cent of the global fleet consists of turboprops, not jets, asks Jack Olcott?