National Geographic : 1981 May
You maybe in a position to justify an airplane and not even know it. To find out, take this simple test. 1. Do you or your people travel several times a month? YesONoQ 2. Do you travel to, or come home to, destinations not well served by airlines? Yes O No D 3. Have you ever been out of town two days and a night for a two hour meeting? Yes O No O 4. Have you ever lost business or money, or both, because your top management couldn't be there, when and where they were needed? Yes D No E 5. Do you often travel on a moment's notice? YesONoO 6. Do your salesmen log more time on the road than in selling? YesONoO If you answered yes to any of the above questions, you'll have no trouble justifying a Beechcraft company airplane. To your accountants. Your board of directors. Or your stock holders. Because a Beechcraft means more efficient, more productive travel. It means one of your most valuable resources, good people, can be there, when and where they're needed. And that's even more critical to small and medium sized companies, with fewer resources, than it is to large companies. Our free Man agement Guide to Business Aviation shows that virtu ally any size company can, and has, used a Beechcraft to increase profitability and/or productivity. The size of your company isn't nearly as important as the size of your ambition. The Guide lays it all out in black and white, net dollars and capital recovery. And the more you travel, the more sense it makes. Especially when your Beech dealer makes owning an airplane so simple. He has a unique plan for managing many of the details for you. Maintenance, schedul ing, upkeep, helping to find pilots, whatever you need. So all you get are the benefits. --- -- -- - --- Send for your free 1981 kit. If you , answered yes to any of the quiz questions, write us at Beech Aircraft Corporation,Dept. AB, Wichita, KS 67201. We'll send you all you need to start thinking. If you answered yes to all the questions, maybe you should call collect. 316-681-7072. Ask for Dick Schowalter, Jr. L-----------------J SMember General Aviation Manufacturers Association Be there in a Beechcraft. The Beechcraft Bonanza A36TC can carry 6 people at speeds up to 246 mph. iBTifiB^^^s.