- Strategic guidance on aviation assets, operational practices, and human resources
- Focus on aircraft acquisition plans, aircraft acquisitions, and operational start-ups
- All 6 Best Practices
- Pre-Meeting Discovery Process
- One-on-One Call with Expert
- Meeting Summary Report
- Post-Meeting Engagement
Business Aviation - Implementation
Implementing business aviation into your organization is not about finding the best "deal." Too often, a "deal" is far from one.
There are also important regulatory, financial, tax and risk management issues to consider. It's imperative for anyone wanting to purchase or lease aircraft to understand their options, evaluate the issues unique to their organizations, and then navigate the complexity of the transaction.
Selecting the best private travel solution should start with an acquisition plan. The plan should begin with the strategic intent of your organization and then consider the key issues around your use of aviation assets.
In addition, the plan should be forward-looking to consider growth and exit strategies.
Implementing the plan will require the expertise of a number of internal and aviation-specific professionals. The team should then be rounded out with a cross-section of important perspectives and skills that can move the company forward with confidence and mitigate any associated risk.