One immutable fact of business is that time is money. Despite the advent of modern communications technologies that speed the flow of commerce, aircraft remain the fastest way to transport priority people and cargo. This has been true ever since the Wright Brothers lifted off from the dunes of Kitty Hawk. But flying then was a new and often hazardous activity, so rather than carry passengers, aircraft initially were used by businesses primarily for promotional activities, ranging from ...

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