Private jet travel to lag pre-COVID levels through April 2021

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While private jet flight numbers are expected to show impressive year-over-year gains from March 2021 onwards, they will still fall short of pre-pandemic levels, according to the latest Argus TRAQPak forecast

Argus TRAQPak’s forecast for the first four months is good news, relatively speaking. North American private jet flight hours are projected to increase by 21.6% in March 2021 on a year-over-year basis. In April 2021, Argus expects flight hours to surge by 194.9%

Charter and fractional private jet operators lead November results

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Part 135 charter operators saw November year-over-year totals off by just 6.4% while fractional operators were down 14.5% and Part 91 flying was 24.1% below 2019

Argus TRAQPak analysts predict a year-over-year drop in private jet flights of 18.5% during December

The latest Argus TRAQPak monthly report shows Part 135 charter operators are continuing to see the strongest recovery.

Part 135 private jet charter flights break 90% mark in October

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Data from Argus and WingX shows private jet charters drew within 10% of pre-COVID-19 levels for the first time last month

Data from Argus shows Part 135 private jet charters continued to push the recovery of business aviation last month. In October, there were 802,054 flights, 8.7% below 2019 levels. That includes 14 days in which traffic was higher than the same date last year.

Where are the private jets? Head for the mountains

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Wyoming, Montana, Utah and Colorado have seen the smallest decreases in private jet flights so far this year, according to Argus TRAQPak

Just published data from Argus TRAQPak shows if you want to know where all the private jets have gone, head to the mountains. Wyoming, down 5.8%, Montana (-6.7%), Utah (-7.2%), and Colorado (-10.2%) saw the smallest decreases during the first nine months of the year. Arizona performed the best of non-mountain states with an 11.7% decline. Overall, private aviation flights were down 28.1% through the end of August.

Private Jet rebound expected to continue in September

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Argus TRAQPak projects a 14% year-over-year deficit this month

Argus TRAQPak, one of the two analysts providing regular updates on business aviation flights, is providing industry followers an optimistic look as we move into Fall.

Fractional private jet flights rebound in May

NetJets and Directional’s Flexjet and Flight Options account for 85% of fractional fleet flying, according to Argus Traqpak

There’s a reason for optimism in Ohio this weekend. The state is home to NetJets and Directional Aviation’s Flexjet and Flight Options, which combined account for 85% of North American fractional flight activity.

Possible optimism as forecasters predict private jet travel to drop 67% in April

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Argus TRAQPak has revised its previous estimate expecting a 40% to 60% decline downwards

Data from Private Jet Card Comparisons in April shows an increased interest in private aviation membership programs

Signs indicate private aviation may attract new fliers who previously didn’t see the value, but now want to reduce exposure to COVID-19 Coronavirus

Headwinds for business aviation are expected to be even more fierce than predicted just last week. Back then, Argus TRAQPak predicted the private aviation flights in April would be between 40% and 60%.

In an update just released today, its analysts now expect a 67.3% decline this month.

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