By: David Wyndham, President of Conklin & de Decker
If you have your own business aircraft, at some point it will be unavailable for flight, either due to scheduled maintenance or perhaps it is already flying a trip. When this occurs, we recommend charter as supplemental lift. It is ideal for those times when you need extra flying for a brief period, or if you need a capability that your current aircraft does not provide.
So what are the benefits to using supplemental lift? How do you choose the right vendor? What are the questions to ask to assure risk assestment? In our new whitepaper “The Value of Supplemental Lift,” David Wyndham, President of Conklin & de Decker shares his views on supplemental lift.
This report looks at the times when charter can be a powerful “force- multiplier” for an existing flight department. It can be a way for the flight department to better serve the air transportation needs of their customers.
Download our new whitepaper to learn more about the value of supplemental lift.