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No Plane No Gain
NBAA's Sanderson Farms Profile Goes Viral, Reveals Airplane's Value
Jul 24, 2015
Often the No Plane No Gain campaign touts the value of business aviation using statistics and economic impact figures, but sometimes the evidence of business aviation's impact, such as in the case of Sanderson Farms, a chicken producer based in Laurel, MS, can be more personal.

The Kansan
Fueling the Economy
Jul 06, 2015
Business aviation has a tremendous economic impact throughout the country. At Newton City/County Airport in Newton, Kansas, general aviation, including business aviation, contributes $56.9 million in economic impact to the local community.

No Plane No Gain
NBAA’s Regional Forum Highlights Industry’s Value, And Need for Mobilization
Jun 26, 2015
Recently, NBAA hosted a Regional Forum at Teterboro Airport in New Jersey bringing together business aviation community members from across the country for networking and educational sessions. One topic highlighted was the No Plane No Gain campaign, along with the economic and employment impacts of the business aviation industry.

Tulsa World
Danny Morgan: General Aviation: Assisting the Oil, Gas Industry and Rural Communities
Jun 17, 2015
Business aviation allows Morgan Well Service to quickly reach oil rigs to conduct repairs and installations, which reduces downtime and keeps operations running on schedule.  In Oklahoma, general aviation, including business aviation, has a total economic output of more than $2.5 billion.

WOWT-TV (NBC Omaha, NE)
General Aviation Takes Economy to Great Heights in Nebraska
Jun 15, 2015
General aviation, including business aviation, plays an important role in businesses across Nebraska. In May, Governor Ricketts and Mayor Stothert of Omaha both declared the month to be general aviation appreciation month, recognizing the $1.2 billion the industry contributes to the state’s economic output annually.

Business Aviation:
Jobs, Productivity and Keeping America Connected

Millions of Highly-Skilled Jobs (more)
According to numerous studies, business aviation supports 1.2 million stable, high-wage jobs.

Lifeline for America's Small and Medium-Sized Cities and Towns (more)
There are more than 5,000 public use airports in the U.S. and approximately 500 have commercial airline service.  Business aviation is a lifeline for thousands of communities.

Productivity Gains for American Businesses (more)
The vast majority of companies who rely on business aviation are small and medium size companies.  See profiles on how companies are using business aviation to compete and succeed in a very demanding marketplace. And companies that use aviation outperform those which do not.

A Life Saver for People in Need (more)
Through volunteer organizations like Angel Flight and the Air Care Alliance, companies and pilots regularly contribute life-saving services to our communities.


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New Study: On an International Scale, Business Aviation Creates Value 

The National Business Aviation Association (NBAA) today welcomed a new study showing that companies based around the world are increasingly turning to business aviation for the same reasons as American companies, and are reaping the similar productivity and competitive benefits. The study, titled "Business Aviation and the World’s Top Performing Companies" is the fifth in the Business Aviation Users study series to be completed by NEXA Advisors, LLC. Earlier studies in the series focused on business aviation use by large companies, small and mid-size organizations, government organizations and companies enduring the challenges of the Great Recession.

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