Florida, California, U.K. private jet flights surge week-over-week as global and U.S. flight activity continues upward trend
As private jet operators and sellers of jet cards and memberships struggle with record demand, upward trends in the U.S. and globally continue. That’s according to the latest data from WingX.
August private aviation activity in second-home and resort markets was more than 75% above 2019 levels with large increases across the board
In August, Bandon Dunes in Oregon saw an average of 42 private jet flights a day. That’s a 75% increase compared to 2019. To the south, Napa private flights spiked 77%. Neither were close to Aspen, where private flights were up 111% last month over pre-pandemic totals. On the East Coast, Westhampton Francis S. Gabreski Airport saw a whopping 125% more flights last month than two years ago.
In the latest updates from WingX and Tuvoli, private aviation flying continues to spike to historic levels
If you work in private aviation, chances are you are weary of the record demand. The latest reports from WingX and Tuvoli indicate you won’t be getting any rest soon.
Argus and WingX research shows the private aviation rebound is showing no signs of letting up in July
Argus Traqpak’s research data showed June as the busiest month for private aviation since October 2007. Now, the aviation research firm says July 1, 2021, recorded 12,345 business aviation flights in North America. That was the largest single-day of operations since March 20, 2008.