Private jet charter, second-home airport flights spiking

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Private jet charter flights and private jet at second-home market airports continue to surge, according to WingX, Tuvoli

Private aviation charter flights in North America are up 10% year-to-date compared to 2019 – and 50% against covid-impacted 2020, according to WingX. In addition, airports in Florida are up 40% in June, compared to 2019.

2020 Private Jet Flights by State, Region and Quarter

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Florida bypassed California and Texas to take the top spot for private jet departures in 2020

New Jersey dropped from 4th to 9th place as flights at Teterboro Airport plummeted by 50%

2020 U.S. private aviation flight activity declined 23.9% from 2019, according to Argus TRAQPak 

After a 48.9% drop in Q2, private jet flights were just 15.2% below pre-COVID levels in Q4

In a year ravaged by COVID-19 negative growth, Florida had the most private jet departures. It jumped past last year’s leader California and second-place Texas despite a 7% drop in activity. That still compares favorably to the overall market. U.S. private aviation flight activity declined 23.9% from 2019, according to Argus TRAQPak.

Only 3 of the 25 busiest U.S. private jet airports saw gains in 2020

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The busiest private jet airports in 2020 saw drops at 22 of 25, including a 50% drop in flights at Teterboro Airport in New Jersey, which remained the busiest private jet airport in the U.S.

Nearly 90% of the busiest private jet airports in the United States saw a drop in departures for COVID-19 ravaged 2020 compared to the full year of 2019.

Private jet flyers are hanging at their second homes this Fall

October private jet travel trends

New research from Tuvoli shows how COVID-19 has altered the travel patterns of private jet users

An analysis of FAA flight data by Tuvoli, a platform that expedites payments between private jet charter brokers and operators, reveals how COVID-19 is impacting where America’s most affluent folks are hanging out, or at least those that use private jets.

Hint: It’s not the big city!

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