Business aviation keeps shareholders happy

The use of business aviation is the sign of a well-managed enterprise among America’s most highly valued and well-respected companies, according to a report called “Business Aviation and Top Performing Companies, 2017” published by NEXA Advisors. The study examined the financial performance of the S&P 500 between 2012 and 2017, and found that, over that period, S&P 500 companies utilising business aviation to support their missions outperformed those not using business aviation, as demonstrated by a number of key metrics, including drivers of shareholder value. Additional financial drivers positively impacted by using business aviation were: revenue or market share growth, profit growth and asset efficiency. While non-financial indicators positively influenced by using business aviation included customer and employee satisfaction.

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