Data from Argus shows all categories of private jet operators saw recovery in July, although numbers remain below 2019 levels
Private jet travel continued to rebound in July moving closer to 2019 levels, according to data from Argus.
Still, the numbers may have been slightly disappointing after a fast start when flying over the July 4th holiday spiked above the previous year’s numbers.
The acquisition brings 23 long-range and short-range private jets including Bombardier Global Express 6000 and 5000s, Gulfstream G550s, GVs, G450s, GIVSPs, Dassault Falcon 7Xs and 2000s, and Embraer Phenom 300s
Jet Linx becomes the largest Part 135 operator at Teterboro, the world’s busiest private jet airport
Jet Linx Aviation, which only opened up a New York-base last year, is set to become a major player in business aviation’s biggest market.
The jet card broker has added the luxury villa rental agency as a preferred partner
With demand for private jets increasing as consumers seek to avoid COVID-19 exposure, Air Charter Service has partnered with Villas of Distinction.
The jet card broker is offering $10,000 gift cards with the purchase of 50 hours, and $5,000 when buying 25 hours
Outlier Jets is partnering with luxury hotel group Auberge Resorts Collection to offer its customers an incentive to get back out and travel – in style.
While private jet traffic is at 74% of 2019 levels compared to 15% for the airlines, inside the numbers are big differences
The rebound of private jet travel from the depths of the COVID-19 Coronavirus pandemic has been one of the very few bright spots across the travel industry.
While data from the TSA shows passenger levels for the airlines are still off by around 85%, private jet flights have recovered to 74% of 2019 levels, according to WingX.