More people are chartering than ever before, the deadhead leg may ultimately disappear, and the VLJ is about to join the fleet. So why isn't everyone singing?
Categorically, we see the business expanding across the board." Executive Jet Management CEO and President Al Pod's observation succinctly summed up the state of the business aircraft charter industry at the close of 2006. Universally -- among both large and small charter providers -- the business appears to be up 20 to 25 percent over the same period a year ago. And, in some cases, this is translating to growth -- 20 percent during 2006 in Cincinnati-based EJM's case -- as more corporate ...
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