NBAA released a new Nexa study, “Business Aviation and the World’s Top Performing Companies,” yesterday at NBAA 2013, showing that companies based around the world who use business aircraft outperform those that do not. Mirroring a previous Nexa study on U.S. companies, the latest results showed that international companies using business aircraft excel in revenue growth, innovation, employee satisfaction and market share.
“We’ve done studies of business aviation use at large companies. We’ve looked at small and midsize companies. We’ve looked at business aviation use in good times and bad times. In each case, what we find is the same: companies using business aviation routinely outperform similar companies that do not use business aviation,” said NBAA president and CEO Ed Bolen. “That means using business aviation is the sign of a well-managed company.
“This year, we conducted another study,” continued Bolen. “We’ve looked at whether or not the benefits accrued to American companies using business aviation also accrue to companies based in other locations around the world. The answer is a resounding ‘yes.’”