Business aviation is a mode of point-to-point air transport, on demand, allowing business leaders mainly to travel with a minimum of constraints.
It also covers medical evacuations, humanitarian flights and military or firefighting missions.
What are the advantages of business aviation?
- Time saving
There are three times more airports in Europe served by business aviation than by regular airlines. Business aviation favors interconnectivity and eliminates connections and waiting times.
By landing closer to your final destination and reaching multiple locations on the same day, you can significantly reduce the length of your business trips and the costs related to transfers and hotel stays.
In addition, you are freed from the constraints of commercial aviation by arriving at the FBO 15 minutes only before your departure, as opposed to several hours for a regular flight.
You choose your travel times and itinerary. If your meeting lasts longer than expected, in the vast majority of cases, the aircraft and crew may delay departure to accommodate your schedule changes.
You can also plan a last-minute trip by booking a business jet up to 4 hours before departure.
- Privacy & Productivity
Traveling by private jet allows you to work as efficiently as you would in the office and to communicate with your colleagues or clients confidentially, without fear of corporate spying.
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