You use business aircraft to help keep a low travel profile. But low visibility makes it tough to attract and keep new pilots and technicians. 81% of North American owners report experiencing such difficulties, according to JETNET’s latest research. Find out what exciting new developments may help improve the situation – and what you can do, in Rolland Vincent’s “Low Profile, High Challenges.”
One innovation that may help attract both talent and capital into the industry is urban air mobility. Flying from atop your office building – above gridlocked city traffic – direct to your aircraft waiting at a nearby FBO, will become more likely in the near future. Learn more about this new “green” air travel option in the BAA Staff Report, “e-VTOLs Take Off.”
You’ll find these stories and more in the July/August 2019 issue of Business Aviation Advisor. To continue receiving this critical information as well as to view the digital edition – go to www.bizavadvisor.com and complete the short subscriber qualification form.
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