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Job Security: What you can control and not control.

One of the best things about being a professional pilot is that you get to fly using other people’s money.  That also means you don’t have total control over your own job security. I recently received a call from an acquaintance.  He wanted me to find him a job.  He had been released from his [...]

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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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Setting the Safety Standard: The Responsibility is Yours

Setting the Safety Standard: The Responsibility is Yours by Peter v. Agur, Jr. Founder, The VanAllen Group, Inc.   Earlier this year a major company’s board meeting started with a special welcome to one its members.  A few months earlier he had been a survivor of an aircraft accident that included multiple fatalities. The CEO [...]

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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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