AirSprint Releases White Paper on Selecting the Optimal Business Aircraft and How Business Aviation Contributes to the Company’s Bottom Line

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TORONTO, Nov. 22, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) – AirSprint Inc., Canada’s authority on fractional jet ownership, has released a new white paper examining the key drivers of business aviation and the issues important to consider before choosing a corporate aircraft. “Selecting the Optimal Business Aircraft: Helpful Tips for Choosing the Business Aircraft That Will Maximize Efficiency, Profits, and Productivity,” examines the role business jets play in a growing world in addition to globalization, why private aviation is financially attractive to many companies and how the industry is making great strides in advancing sustainable operations.

Geographically, Canada is a large country. Business jets allow organizations to move staff, customers and supplies quickly and efficiently. In addition, private jets can access many more destinations than airlines. They allow for a personalized travel schedule with far fewer points of contact and less exposure to COVID-19 and other viruses. For companies looking to transport their employees safely and efficiently, business aviation is the way to go.

“Business aviation is simply a tool that works for an organization” said Anthony Norejko, President and CEO of the Canadian Business Aviation Association. “There is a duty of care out there with the way your people travel and ensuring that what they do on behalf of the organization is done as safely and securely as possible.”

On the security side, business aviation offers company personnel a private “flying office” where sensitive information can be freely discussed. In addition, most modern business jets come with connectivity capabilities comparable to ground-based communication systems, meaning that flight time is not wasted time in terms of productivity.

In fact, a 2017 study by Nexa Advisors found that business aviation is a proven competitive advantage for North America’s largest companies. Among companies listed on the S&P 500 and TSX 60, those that use business aviation have clearly demonstrated increased enterprise value, both in terms of share size and share appreciation.

“There is a return on investment with business jets, and for many companies, it is not difficult to justify”, said James Elian, President and CEO of AirSprint. “Looking at historical financial performance, you see that business jet users have higher total shareholder return, higher market capitalization growth, higher income and return, and higher profitability. high. “

Deciding what type of aircraft will best serve an organization is an important decision. Once the buyer has a good understanding of their typical flight profile, the costs of owning an aircraft and budget, as well as the human and environmental factors, it’s time to make the right choice. At AirSprint, private aviation experts are readily available to help businesses on the path to aircraft ownership – contact us today.

About AirSprint

AirSprint Private Aviation is a privately held company with offices in Toronto, Montreal and Calgary. AirSprint operates the largest fractional fleet of private aircraft in Canada, a collection of Embraer Praetor 500, Embraer Legacy 450, Cessna Citations CJ3 + and Cessna Citations CJ2 + jets. AirSprint proudly flies Canadians from coast to coast, including services to Vancouver, Calgary, Edmonton, Winnipeg, Toronto, Ottawa, Montreal and the Maritimes. AirSprint gives discerning Canadians a better choice to optimize their time by enhancing the experience of owning a private jet with cutting-edge safety standards, exceptional turnkey service and increased flexibility; everything is personalized for the owners’ individual travel needs. All at a fraction of the cost.

Contact Scott Wenz Vice President, Sales and Marketing AirSprint Inc. Tel. [email protected]

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