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Over 1,600 business executives in the state either pilot their own or travel in the company airplane because it saves time and money, improves productivity, and provides more family time.
The number of corporate jets, which cost between $3.5 and $40 million, has doubled in North Carolina since 1990, with over 450 companies operating their own planes. Increasingly the flights carry fewer CEOs and more computer technicians on critical repair missions at home and abroad. Martin describes various companies that use jets and lists type of aircraft and companies that own them.