AirSprint Announces Release of New White Paper

AirSprint press release | September 6, 2022

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AirSprint Inc., Canada’s authority on fractional jet ownership, announces the release of a new white paper that examines the value of an executive’s most limited resource: time.

With multiple priorities vying for their attention, business leaders often feel like they can’t be given the attention they deserve. With only so many hours in the day, time is a CEO’s most precious and limited commodity.

AirSprint’s latest white paper, “The Value of Time,” introduces readers to three AirSprint co-owners who understand the business case for business aviation. AirSprint/Hamza Hasnat Photo

In addition to running out of time, leaders who fail to balance their own personal needs with those of the business can easily find themselves short of another valuable resource: energy.

In “The Value of Time”, AirSprint examines the concept of time well spent. When comparing the heavy investment of time and energy required by commercial air travel, it is evident that business aviation offers a compelling alternative.

Private flying offers a host of measurable business benefits. These include significant time savings; a schedule adapted to your needs; the ability to fly into smaller airports that may be closer to your destination; the ability to add more than one stop; and a private “office in the air,” so flight time can be productive time.

AirSprint’s latest white paper, “The Value of Time,” introduces readers to three real AirSprint fractional owners who understand the business case for business aviation.

From their stories, you will discover how Fractional jet property allows them to do more in fewer hoursconserving these precious and limited resources of time and energy.

This press release was prepared and distributed by AirSprint

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