Business aviation, a vector of economic growth

Business aviation is a very important vector for global economic growth. 25,000 is the number of possible connections in Europe by private aircraft. In addition, business flights in France represent an average of 243,189 movements per year. Indeed, the private jet is a very useful tool to travel efficiently and to stimulate business growth, facilitating important business transactions.

 Prioritizing the use of a private jet over a commercial flight during a business trip allows to :

  • Save 57 working days;
  • Save 3.5 hours on flights;
  • Spend only 18 minutes in transit between the private terminal and the departure of the jet.

The business aviation sector plays an essential role in the economy of the territories, allowing the development of local companies and generating more than 101,500 direct and indirect jobs in France. At the request of the European Business Aviation Association (EBAA), Oxford Economics has produced a report that highlights the link between the trade of Europe’s regions and its main business centers. To read the report, click here.

At the BACE NBAA, Bombardier unveiled its latest Global 7500/8000 cabin layout called “Executive cabin”. The manufacturer reminds through this presentation that private aircraft represent for many users, “flying offices”. Today, it is possible to hold a business meeting on board a private jet. Moreover, according to the European Business Aviation Association (EBAA), 80% of business jet trips are for professional reasons.

Other innovations were presented during the BACE NBAA. Indeed, business aviation is a very innovative field. It is a sector that tends to improve year after year thanks to the actions implemented to reduce emissions.

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