Jet cards and on-demand charters boost private aviation flight activity 7.7% in March

Jet cards and on-demand charter continue to be the sweet spot of private aviation powered by a 15.1% increase in large jets

 

TRAQPak’s is reporting year over year flight activity (March 2018 vs. March 2017)

indicates that March 2018 recorded an increase of 2.6%. The results by

operational category were mixed with Part 135 activity, once again, producing

the largest yearly gain, up 7.7%. Fractional activity recorded a slight rise of 0.6%,

while Part 91 activity dipped into the red, down 0.4%. The aircraft categories

were all positive with large jets posting the largest gain from 2017, up 4.7%. Midsize jets followed with an increase of 4.4%, and light jets posted a 0.2% year over year increase. The turboprop segment posted an increase of 1.8%. For Part 135 which includes jet cards and on-demand charter, large jet activity increased 15.1%, followed by mid-size jets at 8.4% and turboprops with 6.4% growth. Light jet activity increased 4.4% 

Unity Jets Launches Jet Card Program

Private jet safety

The Miami-based on-demand charter broker has added a jet card to its product mix

 

Unity Jets, which was founded by former NetJets’s vice president of sales Kevin Diemar, is adding jet cards to its mainstay of on-demand charter. The company was founded in 2011 and Diemar says the new jet card program is more an extension of its current business than a new direction. 

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