National Geographic : 1981 Feb
You know how an airplane simplifies business travel. Find out how ieech simplifies owning an airplane. A company airplane simpli fies business travel, many ways. By freeing you from airline schedules that don't match your schedules. By providing direct flights to everywhere the airlines go, plus literally thousands of places they don't. By allowing your scarcest resource, qualified management, to be there, when and where they're needed. You may know dozens of other ways. But you may not know how Beech sim plifies airplane owner ship and operation. It starts with the comprehensive infor mation in your free Management Guide to Business Aviation that helps you decide whether a Beechcraft can, indeed, be a profitable investment. The Beechcraft Super King Air gives first class accommodationsfor 8-15 passengers at near jet speeds for over 2000 miles. It extends throughout the network of Beechcraft Aviation Centers, where aviation profes sionals can help in every aspect of airplane purchase and operation. And once you have pur chased a Beechcraft, this same organization can teach you to fly or find you a qualified pilot. They can man age your maintenance. They've even gone so far as to operate a cus tomer's airplane for him. Flying it, sched uling it, maintaining it, because that's what the customer wanted. And finally, simple, reliable operation and fuel-efficiency comes standard with every Beechcraft business airplane. In its uncompromising quality, you find the reason why Beechcraft owners experience minimum maintenance, low depreciation and a ready resale market. If you would like to find out more, simply let us know. r-------------------, Send for your free 1981 kit. Write us on your company letterhead, and we'll send you everything you need to make an initialdecision on the profitable use of a Beech craft in your company. Write to: Beech Aircraft Corporation, Dept. AD, Wichita, Kansas 67201. If you'd rather call, call collect and ask for Dick Schowalter, Jr. 316-681-7072. L-------------------- -J SMemberGeneral Aviation Manufacturers Association The PressurizedBeechcraft Duke carriessix in cabin class comfort and quiet at over 280 mph.
1981 Feb 28