THE BOSTON GLOBE recently published an article attacking the use by a company of its corporate aircraft. That same publication has presumably made it clear that corporate success depends on good relations with employees, the ability to compete globally and frequent contact by management with major customers and other significant publics. Corporate aircraft facilitate achievement of all these principles.
As Mr. Bolen has stated, there is a very high correlation between the use of such equipment and business success. Further, as detailed in this Barron’s article (In Defense of Your Own Plane), use of business aircraft makes a positive contribution to corporate bottom lines and thus to the shareholders and by the way also creates jobs. That is not greed, Boston Globe, it is good business sense!Share this article: