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The Compelling Case for Business Aviation

  Why Business Aviation Matters “The truth is more important than the facts”, according to Frank Lloyd Wright.  The truth is business aircraft are extremely valuable tools… and the economic facts have created a lot of confusion.   The truth is decision makers (be they buyers, sellers, partners or entrepreneurs) nearly always make their biggest [...]

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The Board and Aviation Safety: Set a Verifiable Standard

The Board and Aviation Safety: Set a Verifiable Standard By Peter v. Agur, Jr. Founder, The VanAllen Group, Inc.     Board members have a unique responsibility to oversee and protect the enterprise’s future.  Aviation services carry the future of the enterprise.  Therefore, the Board should be responsible for providing direct guidance on aviation safety.  [...]

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“Best Practices – A Misunderstood Standard”

“Best Practices – A Misunderstood Standard” Your Standards and Practices May Not Be As High As You Think! Presented at the Corporate Aviation Safety Seminar – 2004   By Peter v. Agur, Jr., Managing Director & Founder The VanAllen Group, Inc.     Nearly all of the hundreds of executives we have interviewed have indicated [...]

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Business Aviation Best Practices: A Quick Test for Yourself

  Business Aviation Safety By Peter v. Agur, Jr., President The VanAllen Group, Inc.     Operating a business aircraft according to “Best Practices” is an apple pie issue – who wouldn’t want to do what everyone agrees is best. Sounds good.  But the problem is there is no set of universally accepted best practices. [...]

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