A business jet purchase is a unique celebration for each and every one of our customers. For some, the jet is a flying symbol of a life’s work steeped with successful ventures. For corporate fleets and individuals alike, it’s the sharpest arrow in their quiver when it comes to productivity and time savings.
Compromise is a trait no one aboard a business jet embraces, nor should the aircraft manufacturer. Yet, more and more, instances of equipping and marketing aircraft with “no-charge options” (a.k.a post-purchase compromises) are part of options catalogues. These options masquerade as seemingly mundane additions and, once equipped, weigh an aircraft down, compromising performance—most notably range.