Houston Chronicle (TX)Hooks Airport Braces For BusinessMay 14, 2013
With a growing demand from businesses, David Wayne Hooks
Memorial Airport in Tomball, TX, has begun a series of improvements aimed to
better serve business travelers to the area. With an expected 25 to 45 percent increase
in traffic, this fast-growing airport is an economic advantage for the
city, helping attract new businesses to the area.
CNBCSnapshot Into the World of Corporate Jet TravelMay 07, 2013
According to a new report by JSSI, more companies are
turning to business aircraft to fly internationally, in order to reach new and
developing markets. Increasingly, business leaders
are utilizing larger planes to travel further distances.
ForbesThe Enlightened Business Traveler – Your Guide to Creating TimeApr 29, 2013
Across the world, companies realize that business aircraft
are a vital tool for profitability. Whether it is on-demand charter to
fractional and outright ownership, business aircraft represent a tremendous
value for businesses that need to get out and see customers, move quickly into
new markets and develop client relationships. In fact, a recent
study by Washington, D.C.-based NEXA Advisors found that companies using
business aircraft outperformed non-users across every key financial and
non-financial measure during our nation's economic downturn.
Community Impact Newspaper (TX)Houston Executive Airport ExpandsApr 25, 2013
For Western Houston, TX and the Katy area, business aviation
traffic at Houston Executive Airport helps generate jobs and economic
investment. Expansion plans at Houston Executive aim to attract more business
aviation traffic, to build on the economic gains already realized by the
Bluefield Daily Telegraph (WV)Aviation Upgrade: Renovations Critical To Mercer GrowthApr 23, 2013
For Mercer County in West Virginia, the community airport is
a vital resource for attracting new manufacturing and retail businesses. Recent
improvements to the facility, and plans to build new hangars, will help attract
more companies using business aviation to reach the area, and the new
facilities at the airport have been welcomed by community residents.
The Marysville AdvocateAirport Improvement Boost UsageApr 17, 2013
Companies using business aviation mostly fly into small
community airports, providing a transportation lifeline to towns that often
have little or no airline service. That’s the case in Marysville, KS, where the
community airport serves as a vital resource for businesses, medical services
and the community members. Recent improvements at the airport demonstrate
support from city and state officials for business aviation and the important
role it plays in the local and state economy.