In my time working in the industry, I’ve noticed that with new advances in technology, Business Aviation as a solution for travel and work is gradually opening to younger and more diverse types of users. New apps and companies are making flying on business jets easier and more affordable. These changes in demographics for both users and workers is causing an organic shift in the dynamics of the industry.
As young ambassadors for Business Aviation, we should pursue this momentum and continue our efforts to attract more professionals from the younger generations by introducing them to the opportunities available, while changing their perceptions of Business Aviation as a whole. Education is the key to this. By attending job fairs, lectures and presentations, members of the industry can initiate discussions with students and graduates to promote all that is possible, demonstrate our capabilities and explain how the industry is currently evolving.
About One Young World and Business Aviation
One Young World is a global charity that gathers together young leaders from around the world, empowering them to make lasting connections and create positive change. The annual Summit stages talent from global and national companies, NGOs, universities and other forward-thinking organisations as well as world leaders, who debate, formulate and share innovative solutions for the pressing issues the world faces. This year’s Summit hosted over 1,800 exceptional young leaders, with 10 Delegates from the Business Aviation industry attending, providing an opportunity to showcase the sector’s commitment to being a progressive and responsible corporate citizen.