Photograph: A pull-out tray in this falcon 2000 work station supports a laptop computer. A fax/printer drawer slides out of the cabinet side. As the Greenhouse Guy in the back of the book might say, "We don't call 'em "bid-ness jets" fer nuthin', Hersch." Once used merely for executive transportation, the corporate aircraft in today's fast-paced, competitive business climate is increasingly being called upon to double as a flying office-a secure, quiet ...

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