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Larry Cumberland

There are many inaccuracies in the story.
Labov & Beyond does not own the jet, Labov Aviation owns the jet. Seemingly this is for the purpose of dodging standard taxes and cheats the indiana tax payers.
The jet does often fly for one person, and often to only one city. Further the community airport is Fort Wayne International airport.

It is doubtful that cost are accurately depicted in the story, the jet cost 5million, there are two pilots, cost to hanger at FWA airport, etc.

Phillip Young

My company did not choose LaBov for an assignment because we decided to work with a local vendor, who did an okay job. Honestly, our team sat around more than once whining that we didn’t pick LaBov. Afterward, we decided the next project belonged to them. That was 6 years ago and we’re still very happy with LaBov.

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