Business and Recreational Aviation

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Business aviation is a point-to-point air transportation mode that primarily allows business executives to travel with minimal constraints. It also encompasses medical evacuations, humanitarian flights, and military or firefighting missions.

What are the advantages of business aviation?



Time savings:

In Europe, there are three times more airports served by business aviation than airports connected by scheduled airlines. Business aviation promotes interconnectivity and eliminates connections and waiting times. By landing closest to your final destination and connecting multiple sites in a single day, you significantly reduce the duration of your business trips and the costs associated with transfers and hotel stays. Additionally, you bypass the constraints of scheduled flights by arriving at the private terminal of the airport just 15 minutes before departure, compared to several hours for a regular flight.


You have the freedom to choose your travel schedule and itinerary. In most cases, if your meeting runs longer than expected, the aircraft and crew can delay departure to accommodate your schedule changes. You can also plan last-minute trips by booking a business aircraft up to 4 hours before departure.

Confidentiality & Productivity:

Traveling with a private aircraft in a comfortable environment enables you to work as efficiently as in the office and exchange confidentially with your colleagues or clients, without fear of indiscretion or industrial espionage.

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