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The Globe and Mail recently ranked AirSprint Private Aviation No. 286 on the second annual Report on Business ranking of Canada’s Top Growing Companies.
Since 2000, AirSprint has been the Canadian leader in fractional ownership, and today operates Canada’s largest and North America’s newest fleet of fractional aircraft. Individuals and corporations choose AirSprint for the comfort, and hassle-free convenience, of knowing that their jet will be ready when they are. AirSprint offers flexible programs where you can choose from a capital purchase or lease option with all of the benefits of whole ownership, but at a fraction of the cost and with none of the headaches.
“This is an honour for everyone at AirSprint,” said James Elian, president of AirSprint. “To receive this recognition for growth while also celebrating our 20th anniversary is extra special. AirSprint continues to be a leader in private aviation and our value proposition for our fractional owners has never been stronger. We cannot wait to see what the future brings as our team continues to deliver a private aviation experience which is unique in Canada.”
Launched in 2019, the Canada’s Top Growing Companies editorial ranking aims to celebrate entrepreneurial achievement in Canada by identifying and amplifying the success of growth-minded, independent businesses in Canada. It is a voluntary program; companies had to complete an in-depth application process in order to qualify. In total, 400 companies earned a spot on this year’s ranking.
The full list of 2020 winners, and accompanying editorial coverage, is published in the October issue of Report on Business magazine.
“The stories of Canada’s Top Growing Companies are worth telling at any time, but are especially relevant in the wake of COVID-19 pandemic,” said James Cowan, editor of Report on Business magazine. “As businesses work to rebuild the economy, their resilience and innovation make for essential reading.”
“Any business leader seeking inspiration should look no further than the 400 businesses on this year’s Report on Business ranking of Canada’s Top Growing Companies,” said Phillip Crawley, publisher and chief executive officer of The Globe and Mail. “Their growth helps to make Canada a better place, and we are proud to bring their stories to our readers.”