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    For companies looking to transport employees safely and efficiently, business aviation is the way to go, says AirSprint Inc., a Canadian authority in Fractional Jet Ownership. Its white paper – ‘Selecting the Optimal Business Aircraft: Helpful advice for choosing the corporate aircraft that will maximize efficiency, profits and productivity’ – examines the key drivers supporting business aviation and important questions to consider before selecting a company aircraft. It also looks at the role business aircraft play in an increasingly globalized world, why private aviation makes financial sense for many companies, and how the industry is making great strides in advancing sustainable operations. Since, geographically, Canada is a big country, business aircraft enable organizations to transport staff, customers, and supplies quickly and efficiently. In addition, private jets can access many more destinations than the airlines. They allow for a customized travel schedule with far fewer touchpoints and less exposure to COVID-19 and other viruses. As for security, business aviation offers company personnel a private ‘flying office’ where sensitive information can be discussed freely. Additionally, most modern business aircraft feature connectivity capabilities that are on par with ground-based communications systems – meaning that flight time is not lost time when it comes to productivity. “There is a return on investment with business aircraft and, for many companies, it’s not hard to justify,” says James Elian, president & CEO of AirSprint. “Looking at historical financial performance, you find that users of business aircraft have a higher total shareholder return, higher market cap growth, higher revenue and return, and higher profitability.”