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Business aviation is essential to citizens, companies and communities across the U.S. It is vital to job creation, to business efficiency and productivity, to keeping communities connected with each other and the world, and to supporting worthy humanitarian endeavors. Explaining the industry’s value in these areas can be done not only through words, but through illustrative imagery. The infographics below provide some examples. Share these infographics via Facebook and Twitter.

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2/3 of passengers say they are more productive on business aircraft then when they are in the office

25% of business aircraft pilots flew a humanitarian mission in 2015

Benefits of Business Aviation

15,000 - the number of flights business aircraft make in a year for humanitarian reasons

Business airplanes can reach about 5,000 airports; the airlines can only reach 500

50 the number of states in which companies using business aviation are present

80% The percentage of business airplane flights that are into airports in small towns and communities

98% of Fortune Magazine's Top 50 World's Most Admired Companies use business aviation

100% of the 100 Most Trustworthy Companies in America are business aircraft users

95% of Fourtune Mag

95% of Fortune magazine's 100 Best Places to Work are business aircraft users

S&P 500 Companies using business aviation outperform those that don't by 70%

A single business aircraft can bring an airport and its community #2.5 million in economic benefit

business aviation helps generate more than $200 billion in economic activity each year

Business aircraft users out-perform non-users by 23% in revenue growth

Business aviation helps support more than 1 million jobs