One of the many perks that executives enjoyed before the recent recession was the use of the company jet. When the economy came crashing down, the belt-tightening that followed eliminated many of the costly benefits that CEOs enjoyed – and flying around in a jet was one of them. Fortunately, with the current recovering global economy, companies are starting to let their hair down.
Firms selling business or private jets, such as Holstein Aviation, benefit a lot from this increasing demand. In fact, business jet sales are already up by nineteen percent in the first quarter of 2014, and there are several reasons for the jump in interest in these aircraft other than luxury.