"There is added safety to a helicopter over, say, a limousine,” says Sikorsky helicopter manufacturer Western region manager David Grupe. Could that be true? Helicopters are more important now for local business and personal transportation, as are private jets, bus trips, and chauffeured transportation. This manufacturer is trying to compete with private jets and get more business with the growing pool of wealthy and corporate travelers who want to avoid the major airports. But why mention limousines when it comes to safety? Why not jets or other transportation vehicles? Why take a swipe at the industry unless you can verify what you're saying? Very strange.
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