Business Aviation Education from Aargus Air Charter Volume 1, Post 10
With business aviation, you can land at the airport closest to your business meeting. That way, you aren’t forced to use the airports served by the scheduled airlines.
Suppose, for example, you flew from Grand Rapids to Columbus, Ohio. If your business meetings were in the Northwest suburbs, such as Dublin, you’d fly into Don Scott OSU Field. If your meetings were downtown, you’d likely use Port Columbus. For meetings on the Southwest side of town, Bolton Field would be the choice.
There are about 5,000 airports in the United States that can be used by business aviation. That gives you a lot more city choices than the scheduled airlines; and more choices of locations within larger cities.
With all that selection, how do you know which airport to pick? The answer is…you don’t need to select the airport. Your operator will do that for you.
If you will tell us the name of the town where you need to go, we’ll find the closest airport. If a city has more than one airport, we’ll ask you for the part of town you want to visit and select the airport most convenient for you.
Call Dan Dunn at Aargus Air Charter with all your questions and to arrange your trips.
(616) 956-7600 or (616) 822-0099.