Despite valiant efforts from NBAA, GAMA, and others, business aviation is still a tough sell for much of the recession-battered general public. Last week, we asked how AVweb readers might defend the use of airplanes for business if they found themselves deep in conversation with a skeptic.
Most of you said you simply wouldn't do it, with 42% of those who responded choosing it's up to individual businesses and their leaders to decide how aircraft are used as their answer.
For a complete (real-time) breakdown of reader responses, click here. (You may be asked to register and answer if you haven't already participated in this poll.)
THIS WEEK'S QUESTION ***
Opinion on the fate of the pilots who overshot Minneapolis last week seems to range from "hang 'em high" to "slap them on the wrist." Where do you fit?