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The companies that rely on business aviation are a diverse composite of enterprises, located all across the U.S. and using a variety of different aircraft types to help meet their business objectives. NBAA’s Available for Comment Today (ACT) roster provides sources for news organizations to get a first-hand account from representatives with companies utilizing business aviation.
These NBAA Member Companies have agreed to provide on-the-record commentary with select news outlets, in coordination with NBAA representatives. To request an interview, please contact Dan Hubbard at (202) 783-9360 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
This Troy, MI-based medical information technology (IT) consulting firm often needs to provide on-site support services for the web sites the company hosts for health care practitioners scattered across the Upper Midwest. The company relies on a Cirrus SR22 to provide clients with IT support services on very short notice. Learn more.
The King Schools
John and Martha King are the founders of San Diego-based King Schools, the world’s leading producer of aviation training videos and software. In the aviation-training business for 36 years, the Kings fly their airplane, a Dassault Falcon 10, around the country to support the flight schools their company serves, run seminars and attend conferences.
Fort Wayne, IN-based LaBov & Beyond Marketing Communications is able to attract clients located in New York City, Chicago and elsewhere across the country because of its business airplane, a Cessna Citation Jet I. Learn more.
Luck Stone is a quarrying and refining company that sells its products to customers nationwide. Based just northwest of Richmond, VA, the business has relied on a company airplane since 1971, and currently uses a Beech King Air 350 turboprop. Learn more.
Founded in 1916, Manitoba Recycling Corp. is a family-owned metals recycling company headquartered in Lancaster, NY, which employs 60 families in the local community. The company has relied on an airplane since 1970, and today uses a Mitsubishi MU-2 turboprop aircraft to locate scrap metal suppliers outside the local business district. Learn more.
Producing phone books and business directories for nearly 100 communities in 14 states, this Pittsburg, KS-based company has been able to grow its business by using the company’s two Beechcraft Premier light business jets to reach small and rural communities from Washington to Mississippi. Learn more.
Orlando, FL-based Restaurant Equipment World (REW), uses a single-engine, turbocharged Cirrus Design SR-22 for conducting the regional and long-distance trips needed for REW President Brad Pierce to personally meet existing and potential new customers for the company's restaurant supplies and services. Learn more.
Baton Rouge, LA-based Waste Reduction Technologies makes high-tech incinerators that ease the overload on municipal landfills. The company’s customers are located in rural areas or small towns without airline service, so the company chief Riley Hagan relies on its Mitsubishi MU-2 Marquise turboprop airplane to reach them. Learn more.