Study: Improved performance seen among companies using business aircraft

09/8/2009 | AviationWeek.com

A new study sponsored by the business aviation industry concludes that companies in the S&P 500 that use business aircraft show a better financial performance than companies that don't use the aircraft. The study found that the relative asset efficiency of companies that use the aircraft is 20% higher than those that don't. Other financial gauges, including revenue, earnings and stock appreciation grew more among companies using business aircraft, the study found.

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