Of all the resources at our disposal – relationships, finances, authority and so on – none is more precious than time. We can spend time well or spend it badly, but nothing we can do will make more of it.
“We help our clients do a great many things, but perhaps the most important is saving time,” says Philip Babbitt, President and CEO of NovaJet Aviation Group.
Despite all the changes over the past year, travel remains an essential part of life for many people. It may be as simple as going from the downtown office to the cottage in Muskoka, or it may be business trips anywhere in the world, but all of it can involve long stretches of wasted time if it’s not managed properly.
“A private aircraft is the best way to save time on travel, or even turn that travel time into productive time,” says Philip.
The key to making the most of that time is to ensure the aircraft you’re in is ideally suited to your needs.
“Bringing your executive team to the cottage for a weekend planning session has different requirements than taking the family to Nassau for a holiday,” says Philip. “There is no such thing as a ‘one size fits all’ aircraft.”
That’s why NovaJet has a diverse fleet covering every category of aircraft.
The latest addition to the fleet is the Cessna Grand Caravan EX Amphibian. Capable of land or marine take-offs and landings, it’s ideal for travelling from a Toronto airport to the end of the cottage dock and doing it all in luxurious comfort.
The Grand Caravan can carry up to eight passengers, so in-flight meetings are a breeze. With a cruising speed of over 300 km/h, it can have you at the cottage in a matter of minutes. And with a cruising range topping 1,000 km, it can meet all of your cottage needs this summer.
NovaJet’s service extends beyond just the time in the air. A 24-hour concierge service offers personalized support to look after every aspect of the journey, from ground transport to in-flight catering, and more.
“Our clients arrive and depart through private hangers – it is just a matter of driving up to the aircraft and stepping aboard. We will take care of the rest,” says Philip.
TEXT A. WAGNER-CHAZALON