Business is about change, and as aviation managers serving business, we simply have to cope with that fact. When one's parent company goes on a roller coaster ride, the aviation department is usually relegated to the last car, hanging on for dear life. Think of all the great companies that have risen up, got hammered, and then rose again. How does an aviation department survive such vagaries? The answer is to be proactive to the company's needs rather than being reactive to its immediate ...

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