For many companies, chartering a business aircraft is their first experience with Business Aviation. For experienced flight departments, charter is also a means for obtaining supplemental lift. This article is adapted from one published in the May/June issue of Business Aviation Advisor.
Using time productively is not a luxury. It’s a necessity. What is wrong with a little luxury? I’m not talking about fine foods and decor. Our firm is assisting a Fortune 500 company evaluate its flight department and the use of Business Aviation. We are evaluating their current aircraft with a look toward the future.
That phrase and several variations of it have been attributed to management and productivity masters such as Demming, Druker, and others concur that you can only manage what you can measure. Business leaders know this almost instinctually. So how can the logic effectively be applied effectively to reliability of the company aircraft?