Thursday, February 6, 2014

Privacy When You Fly

Business Aviation Education from Aargus Air Charter                                                                                  Volume 1, Post 15

As we all know, there is little enough privacy in a public airport terminal and none at all once you are on board a commercial airliner. Even the airline membership clubs have virtually no privacy. You’re typically within earshot of a competitor.

Why not take advantage of the privacy afforded by business aircraft when you have urgent and confidential matters to discuss and prepare before reaching your destination? If you need a private conference room, almost every business aviation terminal, or FBO, has one for your use.

Once aboard the plane, you can review materials, discuss matters, and work on presentations without strangers looking at your laptop or listening in. Most business aircraft offer club seating. Use that seating arrangement like a flying conference room. Your sales team can use it as a place to debrief the calls they just made and to discuss the next steps in the sales cycle.

Call Dan Dunn at Aargus Air Charter with all your questions and to arrange your trips.
(616) 956-7600 or (616) 822-0099.

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