By Dan McDowell
MnDOT Aeronautics 

Business aviation is essential to thousands of companies competing in a global marketplace


September 1, 2018

C.M. Swanson

A Cirrus jet, often used in business travel.

Business aviation is defined as the use of a general aviation airplane for a business purpose. It is essential to tens of thousands of companies of all types and sizes in the U.S. that are trying to compete in a marketplace that demands speed, flexibility, efficiency and productivity.

It is also a vital contributor to America's job base, economy and transportation system.

Furthermore, it connects small towns and communities that often have little or no airline service.

Equally important, business aircraft are very often used to support humanitarian causes, and provide relief in the wake of natural disasters.


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