The National Business Aviation Association (NBAA) today released its 2010 Business Aviation Fact Book, a comprehensive profile of the industry that provides real-world information and data about its value to citizens, companies and communities across the country.
"With this publication, we are putting a resource in people´s hands that presents the true face of business aviation with simple but powerful facts," said NBAA President and CEO Ed Bolen. "We are confident that this product will help those in our industry underscore the essential role of business aviation in the nation´s economy and transportation system."
NBAA´s Business Aviation Fact Book notes on the first page that business aviation contributes 0 billion to U.S. economic output and generates over a million jobs. Presented in charts, tables and brief descriptions, the data in the Fact Book is gathered from respected sources including the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA), the Department of Commerce and surveys of companies in the industry.
Also included in this all-new edition are a number of NBAA Member Company profiles describing the types of companies and professionals that use business aircraft. The Business Aviation Fact Book notes that most organizations using business aircraft are small and mid-size companies, as well as universities, governments and charitable organizations.