Conducted by Harris Poll in 2015, this survey confirms once again that business aviation is utilized mainly by small and medium-size companies that typically fly turboprops or small jets to maximize employee efficiency and productivity while providing travel schedule flexibility.
Produced by PriceWaterHouseCoopers in 2015, this industry-wide study determined that general aviation supports 1.1 million total jobs and supplies $219 billion in total economic output in the United States. These numbers include direct, indirect, induced and enabled impacts.
This 2013 NEXA Advisors study found that on a global level, companies using business aviation overwhelmingly take top honors in revenue growth, innovation, employee satisfaction, and market share, confirming that business aircraft are a mark of a well-managed global company.
Produced by NEXA Advisors in 2012, this study examined the performance of companies during the Great Recession and determined that companies utilizing business aviation consistently outperform organizations that don’t, even in tough economic times.
Produced by NEXA Advisors in 2012, this study demonstrates that local, state and federal government use of business aircraft increases agency or departmental efficiency, providing significant taxpayer value.
Produced by NEXA Advisors in 2010, this study shows that small and medium-sized companies in America that use business aviation consistently outperform nonusers.