A survey of new and existing private jet travelers offers an optimistic take on their use of private aviation in the coming months and beyond
88% of new flyers have a positive view of the industry versus 12% neutral and 0% negative
Will the influx of newcomers and those returning to private aviation be enough to offset the expected decline in business travel this Fall?
45% of business aviation executives expect to finish 2020 in a stronger position, compared to just 16% who predict a decline. 92% are very/fairly optimistic about 2021
Major airlines warn that a full recovery may now take into 2024. Business aviation executives say that’s not the case for private jet travel.
A poll of more than 500 attendees at Corporate Jet Investor’s weekly Town Hall meeting showed a confident outlook about the future.
If you live private jets, a Once Bitten, Twice Shy cautious optimism is tempered by the continued Driving Miss Daisy problem, perhaps a realization that life is a Bruce Springsteen song with a tinge of Ellie Goulding and Fleetwood Mac
One of the highlights of each National Business Aviation Business (NBAA) Aviation Convention & Exhibition is the JetNet iQ State of the Market Briefing which provides insights into both industry data and results from its quarterly surveys with business jet operators.