What must you do to obtain the resources you need for your flight department? The answer is to prepare a carefully constructed and compelling business case.
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Find out the two things you need to do when something goes wrong within your flight department. Read why it’s critical to “get bad news out early.
The objective of corporate aviation financial modeling tools is to position you for long-term predictable success. Rick Stone explains more.
Call it what you will—a merger, joining forces or acquisition. When there’s a flight department consolidation, the end result is change. And lots of it. As a business aviation leader, it’s your role and responsibility to produce the finest possible outcome for the corporation or your high net worth owner. And you must come to
Managing a corporate flight department today requires multiple abilities. Here’s why it’s important to partner with a trusted business aviation consultant.
There’s a guaranteed way to improve your operating efficiency, lower costs and ensure consistent service delivery. Build a process-driven flight department.
Steve Brechter shares 10 reasons why process management in business aviation organizations is critical. Then build a business case to become process-driven.
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