A survey during a recent online seminar hosted by Aviation International News paints an optimistic view for business aviation, says its moderator
More good news for the private jet industry. An online poll during a recent webinar hosted by Aviation International News reveals a “healthy variety of flying taking place,” according to the moderator.
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.
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?