Print news offers important opportunities for explaining the value of business aviation, and NBAA and GAMA have offered countless interview opportunities to news executives to discuss the industry. Below is just a sampling of the interviews and articles the two organizations have participated in since the launch of the No Plane No Gain campaign in 2009.

ASB Avionics Sees Benefits of Business Aviation

ASB Avionics, Inc, an FAA-certificated repair station since 1991, is a family owned and operated business based in Mojave, CA which employs more than 25 technicians and other professionals including experienced systems engineers and program managers.

New Sioux County Regional Airport to Help Local Businesses Grow

Sioux County Regional Airport, slated to open next month, is located halfway between Orange City and Sioux Center, IA. The new airport, which boasts a 5,500-foot-long and 100-foot-wide runway, has offices, a conference room, training room and pilots’ lounge, a maintenance facility on site, two 12,000-gallon fuel tanks and room to house 35 planes – more than the current two airports combined.

Why Fly Business Aviation?

An article published by Business Travel Executive demonstrates how business aviation helps companies operate more efficiently, saves time and money and increase employee productivity. “Our customers know they are buying time and success,” said Greg Raiff, CEO of Private Jet Services Group. “Business aviation is a gateway to efficiency and productivity that flows straight to the bottom line.”

Companies Need Business Aircraft to Stay Competitive

An article published by Magellan Jets demonstrates the critical need for business aircraft, citing NBAA statistics on employee productivity. “’While executives are productive 30 percent of the time while on a commercial carrier, they are found to be productive about 80 percent of the time they are traveling on a company aircraft.”

New Jersey and South Carolina Governors, Several Mayors Recognize Value of General Aviation

General aviation, including business aviation, is a vital contributor to the economy in every state, and in August, the governors of New Jersey and South Carolina and mayors of cities in Kentucky and Virginia officially recognized the industry for the important role it plays. Every state, in addition to hundreds of communities throughout the United States, have highlighted general aviation over the years for its contributions to the success of companies and citizens around the country.