FrontRunners: Air Rescue

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The fractional jet operator Bombardier Flexjet (www.flexjet.com), a recent Robb Report Best of the Best honoree, is giving you a chance to be an angel. When you purchase a Flexjet 25 flight card, the company will donate one hour on a Learjet 45 to Angel Flight, a charity that provides flights for people who need air transportation but cannot afford it. Many of the group’s clients require immediate medical attention. The Flexjet 25 card, which allows you to purchase not only 25 but also 30 or 35 flight hours, has a starting price of approximately $135,000. The Angel Flight donation program ends December 15.

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