That article was very interesting. Just seeing the position, I would imagine that's not something that would go away anytime soon. I never realized they had their own planes. I've seen them ship with the airlines and I just thought that would be the entire journey. I didn't realize they got picked up by private pilots after that. Well non-commercial anyway. I also find it highly interesting that they didn't have to stop flying after September 11th. I didn't realize anything other than military was allowed. Just really interesting.
Labcorp's the same way and I know there was the world's most highly flown Caravan that flies out of GNV all, but two days of the year aside from mx transporting all sorts of medical stuff throughout the SE. It's about as recession proof as can exist, barring new testing technology.