It’s All About Productivity
It is said that if economists were lined up end-to-end they would not reach a conclusion- quips Jack Olcott. There is- however- at least one exception to that: The men and women of the so-called “dismal science” agree on the fundamental power of productivity in economic development.
Increasing the productivity of a company’s assets results in more products per unit of effort. Business Aviation increases the productivity of a company’s two most important assets—people and time.
People create ideas that lead to development of goods and services. Time is the ether through which people transverse as they implement ideas and work their magic to improve the profitability of their enterprise. Facilitating means for people to use their time more efficiently and effectively is a worthy strategy for these stressful times.
Business aircraft enable individuals and teams to reach markets in less time than scheduled airlines. The majority of companies that use Business Aviation report that the ability to reach important destinations in minimum time- without being constrained by airline scheduling is an effective advantage.
Many companies also cite their need to reach markets that are not served by the scheduled airlines. Using business aircraft reduces overall travel time. No less important is how travel time is used. With the ability to use the privacy and security of Business Aviation- and the application of communications technology that connects passengers with their colleagues on the ground anywhere in the world- a business aircraft is truly an office that moves. No other means of transportation is more effective as a tool for increasing productivity.
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