Aviation: The Front-Door Fliers

Businessmen who do not have their own plane these days are often considered just not with it. The speed and convenience of the 35,000 planes now owned by U.S. business have made the aircraft a major operating tool. Yet most flying executives still face a bothersome trip from office to airport, then from a landing field to their customer's office. To eliminate this time-consuming delay, some air-minded firms have launched a trend that may eventually change the nature of business travel: they are setting up shop in fly-in industrial parks that have...

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