CHARLESTON - April 19, 2018 - Chase Aviation announced today the availability of a free eBook designed for people considering private aviation options for their company or family.
Designed for those who may be new to private aviation, the eight page guide outlines the pros and cons of each option, including cost, maintenance, crew and other considerations.
“Many people have concluded lately that the airlines just aren’t serving the needs of their company, or of their family. Your time and privacy are priceless, and there are several options for getting where you need to go as quickly, safely and privately as you wish,” said Brian Chase, President of Chase Aviation.
“People can always call for a consultation, but many people are uncomfortable even with that because they don’t really know what questions to ask,” he added. “And these are smart people that own companies and manage other large assets, but aviation is different, and many businesspeople are considering private aviation for the first time. So, we wrote the eBook to help them apply that business acumen to their aviation decisions.”
The eBook can be downloaded instantly from ChaseAviation.com/eBook, or is available by calling Chase Aviation at 843-628-7406.
About Chase Aviation
Chase Aviation Company, LLC was founded by Brian T. Chase in May of 2006. Located at the Charleston International Airport (CHS,) Chase Aviation provides clients with aircraft sales and acquisition related consulting services, focusing primarily on turbine aircraft acquisitions.
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