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For my Business & Corporate Aviation class, I was assigned to choose a form of on-demand air transportation. My professor, Scott Vlasek, supplied me with a specific scenario of a fictional ...

For my Business & Corporate Aviation class, I was assigned to choose a form of on-demand air transportation. My professor, Scott Vlasek, supplied me with a specific scenario of a fictional company that needed to choose a single method. After considering the pros and cons of various methods, My group and I came up with Delta Private Jets.

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    • VB Enterprises:A Computer Solutions CompanyApril 25, 2012Present by: Matt Cavalli • Matthews Pastor • Ethan Schaecher • Cari WimmerUniversity of Nebraska - Omaha Business and Corporate Aviation 3000
    • Outline 2 • Project Introduction • Method Selection • Operations • S.W.O.T. Analysis • General Information • Argument • Conclusion • Question & AnswerUniversity of Nebraska - Omaha Business and Corporate Aviation 3000
    • Project Introduction 3 VB Enterprises The Company: • Website design, computer parts and software sales New Operations Proposed (Last 5 Years) Operations (2016) • Headquartered in Omaha, NE Dallas, TX Los Angeles, CA Las Vegas, NV Green Bay, WI • Approx. 3500 employees Phoenix, AZ St. Louis MO Oklahoma City, OK St. Paul, MN Little Rock, AK -University of Nebraska - Omaha Business and Corporate Aviation 3000
    • Project Introduction 4 VB Enterprises • VB Headquarters Departments (50 Workers Total) – Marketing – Legal – Sales – Accounting – Human Resources – Inventory Control – Customer ServiceUniversity of Nebraska - Omaha Business and Corporate Aviation 3000
    • Project Introduction 5 VB Enterprises • 2011 – Revenues of just over $10 billion – Net profits of around $275 millionUniversity of Nebraska - Omaha Business and Corporate Aviation 3000
    • Project Introduction 6 VB Enterprises • Current Corporate Structure Position Salary Scott Vlasek President & CEO $1 M Senior Vice President & Brian Huffman Chief Financial Operator $1 M Senior Vice President, Technology Greg Suhr Solutions $850 K Jackie Smith Senior Vice President, Operations $850 K Vice President Regional Manager Vic Thompson (Dallas, Vegas, Phoenix) $400 K Vice President Regional Manager Amy Johnson (Omaha, OK City, Little Rock) $400 KUniversity of Nebraska - Omaha Business and Corporate Aviation 3000
    • Project Introduction 7 VB Enterprises • VB-Ran Businesses – Each city has its own VB Division Manager Oklahoma Business Omaha Dallas Las Vegas Little Rock Phoenix Total City Web Site Solutions 1 2 3 - 1 5 12 Computer Repair 5 12 15 5 2 10 49 Management & Network Solutions 1 1 4 1 - 3 10 Software Warehouse 2 20 6 - 2 3 33 Computers R US 3 20 15 3 1 9 51 Total 12 55 43 9 6 30 155University of Nebraska - Omaha Business and Corporate Aviation 3000
    • Project Introduction 8 Air Transportation• 12 Most Visited Sites (2011) City Number of Trips Average Number of Pax/Trip• Not all destinations listed. Dallas 20 6• Only cities traveled to at Las Vegas 32 8 least 5 times are shown. Phoenix 18 4• Company Individuals booked Oklahoma City 14 3 their own means of travel. Little Rock 10 3• Close to $1M spent (2011) Seattle 8 5• Avg. nights away from home: Washington D.C. 15 2 Los Angeles 5 8 10 days/month/person St. Louis 5 5 Green Bay 5 5 St. Paul 7 3 Orlando 5 8University of Nebraska - Omaha Business and Corporate Aviation 3000
    • Project Introduction 9 Problem Air Transportation Issues: • Wasteful spending on air travel needs has occurred. • A lack of one focal method of air-transportation is apparent. • A better use of traveling employees is essential. • Air travel efficiency and effectiveness is vital.University of Nebraska - Omaha Business and Corporate Aviation 3000
    • Project Introduction 10 Problem Proposals are being sought for air transportation needs: • Corporate flight department • Fractional ownership • Contract with a travel agent for commercial air travel • On-demand charterUniversity of Nebraska - Omaha Business and Corporate Aviation 3000
    • Method Selection 11 CalculationsFrom the previous graph, flight hours/year needed to beestimated for VB Enterprises.• Travelmath Travelmath Webpage - Dallas Calculations• Assumes the average jet speed of 500mph or 434 knots – Dallas: • 70 minute non-stop flight • 20 trips in 2011. (So 40 non-stop flights to/from Dallas) • 70 X 40 = 2800 minutes of flight time to/from Dallas in 2011 • 2800 minutes ÷ 60 minutes/hour = 46⅔ • So, we estimated 46⅔ hours of travel for Dallas in 2011.University of Nebraska - Omaha Business and Corporate Aviation 3000
    • Method Selection 12 City Estimated Hours/Year Calculations Dallas 46⅔ • With a total near 483 hours, we Las Vegas 139.73 also had to account for an Phoenix 74⅖ additional number of hours for destinations not shown for 2011. Oklahoma City 22.86 Little Rock 19⅔ • We added 117 hours to make a Seattle 43.73_ clean estimate of approx. 600 hours of flight time in 2011. Washington D.C. 61 Los Angeles 26⅓ St. Louis 7.16 Green Bay 9.16_ St. Paul 8.16_ Orlando 24 TOTAL 482.883University of Nebraska - Omaha Business and Corporate Aviation 3000
    • Method Selection 13 Calculations• Scott’s rule of thumb: – If a company intends to use an aircraft less than 100 to 150 hours annually, charter. – For between 100 and 300 hours of use, joint or fractional ownership – For above 250 hours, full ownership or leasing• As stated before, our calculations assume around 600 hrs. – So we should consider full ownership or leasing???University of Nebraska - Omaha Business and Corporate Aviation 3000
    • Method Selection 14 Outside Sources• Our group decided to conduct a little more research.• We contacted, asked, and discussed with various people our situation. – Troy Hansen (UNO) – Nick Johnson (JetLinx) – Richard Shine (FlexJets) – Wade Wells (Delta)University of Nebraska - Omaha Business and Corporate Aviation 3000
    • Method Selection 15 Troy Hansen• Troy mentioned that it is possible to have a successful flight plan that uses dual methods.• He said some businesses have a corporate flight department for their main flights and then charter for specialized trips.University of Nebraska - Omaha Business and Corporate Aviation 3000
    • Method Selection 16 Nick Johnson• Nick Johnson’s first comments on what we presented to him were that 600 hours would seem the time for when full ownership would “kick in.”• He also brought up a good point about a certain situation. “Do they normally have multiple people out on the road at one time or is it normally just a couple people at a time on one trip? If you have multiple people going multiple places, your one jet probably wouldn’t get it done.”University of Nebraska - Omaha Business and Corporate Aviation 3000
    • Method Selection 17 FlexJets • Richard ShineUniversity of Nebraska - Omaha Business and Corporate Aviation 3000
    • Method Selection 18 Wade Wells• As expected, Wade brought up some way of incorporating Delta Airlines into the conversation.• He mentioned how many businesses utilize different methods of on-demand air transportation, but do it responsibly in cost effective ways.• He brought up Delta Private Jets, and told us to research that to see what it’s about.University of Nebraska - Omaha Business and Corporate Aviation 3000
    • Method Selection 19 Conclusion• In conclusion to our research, we decided to challenge the rule of thumb.• The best way to learn from this project was to take a risk and defend the unpopular choice.• The method of on-demand air transportation that VB Enterprises should propose is an operation under FAR Part 135.University of Nebraska - Omaha Business and Corporate Aviation 3000
    • Operations – Delta Private Jets 20 Overview & History • Formerly known as Delta AirElite, DPJ is a wholly-owned subsidiary of Delta Air Lines, world’s largest airline. – Only business jet charter & aircraft management company owned by a major U.S. airline. • DPJ was established in 1984 as Comair Jet Express • Jan. 2000 – Delta Airlines acquired parent company Comair Holdings, Inc. • Comair Jet Express became Delta AirElite, and then DPJ Business Jets to reflect its global presence and service capabilities.University of Nebraska - Omaha Business and Corporate Aviation 3000
    • Operations – Delta Private Jets 21 Overview & History• Headquarters located in Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International Airport.• Delta Private Jets offers worldwide air travel services.University of Nebraska - Omaha Business and Corporate Aviation 3000
    • Operations – Delta Private Jets 22 Services• DPJ offers a well-defined range of products & services for travelers who utilize and/or own business aircraft: – Fleet Membership – Global Charter Services – Aircraft Management ServicesUniversity of Nebraska - Omaha Business and Corporate Aviation 3000
    • Operations – Delta Private Jets 23 Services• Fleet Membership ( Jet Card Program) – Introduced in 2003 – Jet card membership program 1. Members pay a one-time fee for a set number of flight hours in a specific size of aircraft. (10 Hour or 25 Hour) – Hours never expire and are always refundable. 2. Members can choose to pay 1 of 3 different amounts to deposit for hourly rates on a two-year agreement. The whole fleet is available to this member. – Members receive guaranteed availability and are only debited for their “occupied” flight time.University of Nebraska - Omaha Business and Corporate Aviation 3000
    • Operations – Delta Private Jets 24 Services• Global Charter Services – DPJ offers on-demand charter services to meet virtually any travel requirement. – DPJ’s well-appointed & well-maintained fleet of dedicated aircraft include large cabin aircraft, midsize, and light jets. – Just pay the rates as you go, no long term or benefit aggreement.University of Nebraska - Omaha Business and Corporate Aviation 3000
    • Operations – Delta Private Jets 25 Services• Aircraft Management Services – Charter Management • For business aircraft owners who want to maximize their investment – Turnkey Management • DPJ manages everything including maintenance, regulatory compliance, hiring and training flight crews, and ongoing flight control services. – These two AMS’s can leverage the expertise and buying power of Delta Air Lines • Customers can afford significant cost savings in fuel, insurance, crew accommodations, and other operating costs.University of Nebraska - Omaha Business and Corporate Aviation 3000
    • Operations – Delta Private Jets 26 Fleet• Aircraft Fleet – DPJ owns, operates, and manages a growing fleet of Bombardier, Cessna, Dassault, Gulfstream, Hawker, and Beechcraft jets. – DPJ has expanded its available fleet through a network of selected charter operations and aircraft strategically stationed throughout the U.S. – Available Delta Private jets now number over 1,000. – Customer service options have been expanded through the affiliate operator network and charter management agreements.University of Nebraska - Omaha Business and Corporate Aviation 3000
    • Operations – Delta Private Jets 27 Fleet• Light Jets - BeechJet BE 400a - Citation Bravo - Hawker 400xp - LearJet 31A - Raytheon Premier University of Nebraska - Omaha Business and Corporate Aviation 3000
    • Operations – Delta Private Jets 28 Fleet• Mid-Size & Super Mid-Size Jets - Citation X - Falcon 50 Series - Hawker 1000 - Learjet 60University of Nebraska - Omaha Business and Corporate Aviation 3000
    • Operations – Delta Private Jets 29 Fleet• Large Jets - Challenger 605 - Falcon 900 Series - Embraer Legacy - Falcon 2000 - Gulfstream G200University of Nebraska - Omaha Business and Corporate Aviation 3000
    • Operations – Delta Private Jets 30 Safety• DPJ Safety – Maintains highest standards of safety, security, & customer service • Affiliate operators undergo comprehensive on-site reviews before being certified to serve DPJ customers. • Standards exceed FAA requirements for crew training on both the operated and affiliated fleets. • DPJ evaluates every aspect of a flight before the customer ever steps aboard. • DPJ is the longest contiguous holder of the ARG/US Platinum safety rating of any operation in the world.University of Nebraska - Omaha Business and Corporate Aviation 3000
    • Operations – Delta Private Jets 31 Comparisons to other well-known aircraft charter companies Delta Private Citation Air Jet FlexJet 25 Jet Sentient Jet Marquis Jet Jets Card Card Card Membership Card by Net Jets Simplified, all- inclusive pricing YES YES NO NO NO Rates locked in for up to 2 years, applicable YES NO NO NO NO taxes included Fuel surcharges NO YES YES YES YES Annual peak days 10 10 10 14 20 Years of experience 27 11 15 12 25 Card funds applicable for private and YES NO NO NO NO commercial travel Flexible across- cabin sizes with YES NO NO NO NO no penaltiesUniversity of Nebraska - Omaha Business and Corporate Aviation 3000
    • S.W.O.T. Analysis 32 Chart POSITIVE INFLUENCES STRENGTHS OPPORTUNITIES S OINTERNAL EXAM EXTERNAL EXAM SWOT W T WEAKNESSES THREATS NEGATIVE INFLUENCES University of Nebraska - Omaha Business and Corporate Aviation 3000
    • S.W.O.T. Analysis 33 Factors to Determine POSITIVE INFLUENCES STRENGTHS OPPORTUNITIES • Advantages of Proposition • Market developments • Capabilities • Competitor’s vulnerabilities • Competitive Advantages • Technology development & innovation • Unique Selling Points • Partnerships, Agencies, Distribution • Resources, Assets, People • Industry or lifestyle trends • Experience, Knowledge, Data • Global influences • S O • Major contracts, tendersINTERNAL EXAM Price, Value, Quality EXTERNAL EXAM • Marketing – • Niche target markets Reach, Distribution, & Awareness • Information & Research SWOT WEAKNESSES THREATS • Disadvantages of proposition • Political effects • Gaps in capabilities W T • Legislative effects • Lack of competitive strength • Environmental effects • Reputation, Presence, Reach • Market demand • Cash flow, start up cash-drain • Employment market • Own known vulnerabilities • Vital contracts & partners • Process & Systems, etc. • Market demand • Moral & Commitment • Obstacles faced • Financials • Economy – home, abroad NEGATIVE INFLUENCES University of Nebraska - Omaha Business and Corporate Aviation 3000
    • S.W.O.T. Analysis - Strengths 34 • Rates are locked in for up to two years. • Use your jet card for friends, colleagues, or family • No fuel surcharges • No interchange fees for switching between aircraft categories • No Relocation Fees • Guaranteed jet availability • Your choice of jet size every time you travel • Card funds applicable for private & commercial travel. • Convenient travel to over 5K airports • Two Captain-level pilots on every flight • Simplified, all inclusive pricing • Personal concierge • DPJ holds the longest ARG/US “Platinum” safety rating of any Part 135. • Ability to use more than 1 aircraft/day • Covered by DPJ insurance policy • Taxi time included in rate, 6 min for takeoff and 6 min for landing.University of Nebraska - Omaha Business and Corporate Aviation 3000
    • S.W.O.T. Analysis - Weaknesses 35 • Entry deposit could be significant, also not refundable • 10% Admin fee added to special requests out of your deposit • Lowest entry deposit cardholders may be subject to rate increase after 1 year • Different captains, different times • Peak days of the year cost substantially more. • Strict cancellation fees, equal to flight timeUniversity of Nebraska - Omaha Business and Corporate Aviation 3000
    • S.W.O.T. Analysis - Opportunities 36 – SkyMiles Diamond Medallion Status (can also be gifted to friend or colleague) – Complimentary upgrades on Delta flights when available, 125% mileage bonus – Delta Sky Priority™ services, including priority check-in and boarding, plus• Partnered with: expedited security and baggage service – The Conservation Fund – Delta Sky Club® membership – American Express – 20% discount on full-fare, First Class, or – AVIS Car Rental BusinessElite® tickets – Del Mar Development – Personal concierge to arrange commercial – Exclusive Resorts™ travel on Delta – International Yacht Collection • Contracts with approved affiliate operators • Customers not held back by rising market fuel costs. • Owned by Delta AirlinesUniversity of Nebraska - Omaha Business and Corporate Aviation 3000
    • S.W.O.T. Analysis - Threats 37 • What if Delta Airlines would go bankrupt? • Future competition from other airlines trying the same method • Regardless of the airline, risk there will always be higher than a private flight.University of Nebraska - Omaha Business and Corporate Aviation 3000
    • S.W.O.T. Analysis 38 Chart POSITIVE INFLUENCES STRENGTHS OPPORTUNITIES S OINTERNAL EXAM EXTERNAL EXAM SWOT W T WEAKNESSES THREATS NEGATIVE INFLUENCES University of Nebraska - Omaha Business and Corporate Aviation 3000
    • General Info 39Back to VB Enterprises: What specifically are we going topropose to them from Delta Private Jets?• As stated before, when starting with DPJ’s Jet Card Membership, an initial deposit can be placed.• The amount of the deposit determines the hourly rates for various sized aircrafts that are available to the customer.• Available Deposit Amounts: – $50,000 – $100,000 – $200,000University of Nebraska - Omaha Business and Corporate Aviation 3000
    • General Info 40 Rates • $50,000 Deposit Aircraft Domestic International Peak Day Category Hourly Rate Hourly Rate Hourly Rate Light Jet $5,250 $6,250 $6,250 Midsize Jet $6,900 $7,900 $7,900 Super- $8,600 $10,100 $10,100 Midsize Jet Large Jet $10,400 $11,900 $11,900University of Nebraska - Omaha Business and Corporate Aviation 3000
    • General Info 41 Rates • $100,000 Deposit Aircraft Domestic International Peak Day Category Hourly Rate Hourly Rate Hourly Rate Light Jet $4,950 $5,950 $5,950 Midsize Jet $6,500 $7,500 $7,500 Super- $8,100 $9,600 $9,600 Midsize Jet Large Jet $9,800 $11,300 $11,300University of Nebraska - Omaha Business and Corporate Aviation 3000
    • General Info 42 Rates • $200,000 Deposit Aircraft Domestic International Peak Day Category Hourly Rate Hourly Rate Hourly Rate Light Jet $4,750 $5,750 $5,750 Midsize Jet $6,300 $7,300 $7,300 Super- $7,800 $9,300 $9,300 Midsize Jet Large Jet $9,500 $11,000 $11,000University of Nebraska - Omaha Business and Corporate Aviation 3000
    • General Info 43 Rate Conclusion• With so many flight hours we estimated per year for VB Enterprises (600), the best option would be to start with the 200,000 deposit. Aircraft Domestic International Peak Day Category Hourly Rate Hourly Rate Hourly Rate Light Jet $4,750 $5,750 $5,750 Midsize Jet $6,300 $7,300 $7,300 Super- $7,800 $9,300 $9,300 Midsize Jet Large Jet $9,500 $11,000 $11,000University of Nebraska - Omaha Business and Corporate Aviation 3000
    • General Info 44 Rate Conclusion• Once we had chosen our $200,000 deposit for VB Enterprises, we looked at what else would be offered for this level of membership.• Details on the DPJ fleet capabilities played an important role because of their relationship to the going rates and VB Enterprise’s operation locations.University of Nebraska - Omaha Business and Corporate Aviation 3000
    • General Info 45 Capacity & Distance VB Enterprises Aircraft Category Range Average Number of Nautical Guarantees 6 PAX with City Number of Light Jet Trips Miles 1,200nm Pax/Trip Guarantees 7 PAX with Dallas 20 6 510 Midsize Jet 1,600nm Las Vegas 32 8 949 Guarantees 8 PAX with Phoenix 18 4 901Super-Midsize Jet 3,000nm Oklahoma City 14 3 355 Guarantees 9 PAX with Little Rock 10 3 427 Large Jet 3,400nm Seattle 8 5 1,190 Washington• After the $200,000 deposit, the DPJ D.C. 15 2 880 domestic hourly rate for a light jet is $4,750 Los Angeles 5 8 1,143 St. Louis 5 5 308 Green Bay 5 5 400 St. Paul 7 3 254 Orlando 5 8 1,044 University of Nebraska - Omaha Business and Corporate Aviation 3000
    • General Info 46 VB Enterprises• Since the number of Pax/Trip given was Average Number of Nautical only an average, it must be noted that City Trips Number of Miles Pax/Trip only an estimation of the yearly cost of DPJ can be determined for Dallas 20 6 510 VB Enterprises. Las Vegas 32 8 949• For our group to get the closest we could Phoenix 18 4 901 to our yearly cost estimate for this Oklahoma City 14 3 355 method of on-demand air transportation, Little Rock 10 3 427 We contacted Delta Private Jets to get a quote. Seattle 8 5 1,190 Washington D.C. 15 2 880 Los Angeles 5 8 1,143 St. Louis 5 5 308 Green Bay 5 5 400 St. Paul 7 3 254 Orlando 5 8 1,044University of Nebraska - Omaha Business and Corporate Aviation 3000
    • General Info 47 VB Enterprises• Delta Private Jets, Inc. Average Number of Nautical – Nzinga Brooks City Trips Number of Miles Pax/Trip – Domestic rate for super-midsize jet ($7,800)-- Las Vegas, Los Angeles, & Dallas 20 6 510 Orlando trips Las Vegas 32 8 949 – Domestic rate for light jet ($4,750)--All other trips Phoenix 18 4 901 – Additional hours to reach 600 were Oklahoma City 14 3 355 taken into account – Added the $200,000 deposit Little Rock 10 3 427 Seattle 8 5 1,190• The yearly cost estimate for VB Enterprises Washington 15 2 880 D.C. to use DPJ as their method of on-demand air transportation came out to be: $4,996,730 Los Angeles 5 8 1,143 St. Louis 5 5 308 Green Bay 5 5 400 St. Paul 7 3 254 Orlando 5 8 1,044 University of Nebraska - Omaha Business and Corporate Aviation 3000
    • Argument 48 Corp. Flight Dept. Downsides • So why not establish a corporate flight department? – Although VB Enterprises seems to be expanding its operations well, a corporate flight department is an astronomical investment to undertake. – Before moving to the highest degree of on-demand air transportation, why not try a single method that gives you a trial period that the business would be able to use and get a feel for? – Also better than insufficiently using multiple methodsUniversity of Nebraska - Omaha Business and Corporate Aviation 3000
    • Argument 49 Corp. Flight Dept. Downsides • Other ideas to consider… – If you would choose to incorporate a flight department right away, how many jets can you afford? – If your flight department only consists of 1 or 2 jets, that could leave other company workers without air transportation on a day where there are multiple flights needed to be taken. – A last minute decision for on-demand charter would have to be arranged in order to maintain success within the company for those other employees.University of Nebraska - Omaha Business and Corporate Aviation 3000
    • Argument 50 Corp. Flight Dept. Downsides • More ideas to consider… – Although VB Enterprises is looking to expand in 2016, a lot could happen between now and then that could halt that progress. (War, Economic Crash, Buyouts) – Investing now in a corporate flight department for this computer solutions company seems like a gamble. – Play it safe now, and see what pans out through 2016. If business expands greatly like anticipated, consider the possibilities then. – Extra money can be saved for a future decision along those lines.University of Nebraska - Omaha Business and Corporate Aviation 3000
    • Argument 51 Corp. Flight Dept. Downsides • Other corporate flight department issues: – VB Enterprises must maintain a level of security and safety for its employees. A lot of liability at stake. – VB Enterprises will have to realize that more money will have to be spent to keep their aircrafts maintained. – VB will have to hire various experts in the field of aviation to ensure the department keeps performing at the highest level. - More responsibility in all.University of Nebraska - Omaha Business and Corporate Aviation 3000
    • Argument 52 DPJ Benefits • So what can Delta Private Jets do for VB Enterprises? – Multiple trips can be done at once. – 2-Year agreements with Delta Private Jets Card ensures rates are set in stone, and it doesn’t commit you for 5 years compared to a fractional ownership.University of Nebraska - Omaha Business and Corporate Aviation 3000
    • Argument 53 DPJ Benefits • If the yearly cost seems quite high, consider these benefits that VB Enterprise can take advantage of from their business standpoint: – Increasing productivity in flight on multiple different flights per day. – Business can be done quicker, saving employee time – No stress of operating and controlling the transportation. No stress leads to better work performance. Delta Private Jets PromoUniversity of Nebraska - Omaha Business and Corporate Aviation 3000
    • Argument 54 DPJ Benefits • VB Enterprises’ business benefits through DPJ – Sometimes private air flight is not feasible over long distances. (International, overseas, etc.) – DPJ can set up the best bargain trip for VB by incorporating both private aircraft and airline flights to one destination. – Prices can be substantially be reduced with cost benefits from within. Delta BusinessEliteUniversity of Nebraska - Omaha Business and Corporate Aviation 3000
    • Conclusion 55 • Delta Private Jets is best for this company. • With time comes change, and Delta Private Jets still gives VB Enterprises the ability to remain a member or move on when the time comes.University of Nebraska - Omaha Business and Corporate Aviation 3000
    • Conclusion 56 • Project Introduction • Method Selection • Operations • S.W.O.T. Analysis • General Information • Argument • ConclusionUniversity of Nebraska - Omaha Business and Corporate Aviation 3000
    • Question & Answer 57 • Any Questions?University of Nebraska - Omaha Business and Corporate Aviation 3000
    • ENDVB Enterprises:A Computer Solutions CompanyApril 2012Present by: Matt Cavalli • Matthews Pastor • Ethan Schaecher • Cari WimmerUniversity of Nebraska - Omaha 58 Business and Corporate Aviation 3000