Community Air Service Support Funding Strategy

Community Air Service Support Funding Strategy

Considering Long-Term Goals when Setting Funding Levels is important to a Community Air Service Support Funding Strategy

Community Air Service Support Funding Strategy should focus from the start on long-term goals in regards to the reaching needed funding level targets. It is harder at a later date to get more funding after the first funding mechanism(s) are set-up.

Community Air Service Support Funding strategy execution is often one area where you get only one good bite at the apple and any later bite attempts will see the apple a moving target.  Community expectations are often set in stone with the first funding plan, making later adjustments or acquisition of more funding supporters difficult if not impossible.

Communities that look forward and anticipate future funding needs as it regards community air service funding strategy execution, will give themselves the best chance for long-term air service success. Setting-up adequate funding levels, structures and sources based on these anticipated needs, will create a funding resource that will grow with the organization and sufficiently give the level of cash resources needed to successfully develop community air service.

When you take great care in developing your community air service support funding strategy, you can create good base funding from which to develop successful community air service.

Community Flights has developed over 35 best practices and guiding principles for communities looking to improve their air service. The above is just a small sample of a complete guidebook of best practice.

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Scott Stewart is the principle of Community Flights; an air service support, development and management company. Community Flights works with communities, organizations or businesses on leveraging the great economic asset that air service is for economic gain. Scott formed Community Flights in January 2013 to mobilize community support efforts and help clients, bridge the “air service understanding gap” with the airlines to create an airline and community win-win air service support and performance environment. You can get more info about Community Flights at You can contact Scott Stewart at .

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