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Harry Hedaya has been flying since 1993. Over the last three decades as an entrepreneur based in Tampa, Fla., Harry has owned and operated several different companies in the financial services, staffing and business productivity software space.
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Reliably lifting off day after day with heavy payloads requires real performance and capability. Cessna designed the all new Cessna SkyCourier™ turboprop for fully loaded high frequency operations and maximum efficiency. Load, fly, unload and repeat, then watch your business grow.
For 70 years, Berry Companies has operated aircraft to help their large construction and industrial equipment distribution business expand beyond their Kansas home base. Learn why it continues to be a valuable business tool for the company, and how it enables them to do more.
When the pilots of Whelen Engineering’s flight department stepped into the Citation Latitude® for the first time, the versatile Model 680 type rating made the transition easier and quicker.
Business aviation has been a formidable business tool for Rogers Group for more than 60 years. When the time came to step up to an aircraft with more performance, the company chose the midsize Citation Latitude®. Rogers Group chief pilot Bill Torphy explains why the midsize jet proved to be the best aircraft for the mission.
With business aviation providing the DiMarco Group easier access to its many properties and customers throughout the Northeastern U.S., the company is able to expand its regional footprint while keeping operations centralized.
When a last-minute opportunity came through for the hotel development company, they counted on business aviation to move quickly and help them soar above the competition.
The best-selling business jet in the world, the Cessna® Citation® XLS+® aircraft is known for its comfort and low operating costs.
In northwestern Alaska, clusters of small, sparsely populated villages dot the Arctic landscape.