If you want me at the meeting, you'll have to fly me in privately,” two board members told corporate execs after 9/11. In response, the company gave each of the jittery board members a sort of debit card, worth 25 hours of flying time on a private jet, according to Alan Clingman, CEO of Marquis Jet Partners, which offers a jet card in conjunction with Executive Jet's NetJets fractional plan. That response is not unusual. Since September 11, “There has been a great increase in interest ...

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