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!
Global Business Travel Association (GBTA) research shows the devastating impact of the Coronavirus pandemic on business travel
54% of respondents expect a permanent change
While research conducted last week by Private Jet Card Comparisons showed 35% of subscribers expect to make critical business trips by private jet in the next 90 to 120 days, research from the Global Business Travel Association paints a much darker picture for the broader travel market.
Nearly three-quarters of respondents (73%) said Covid-19 has had a significant impact on company revenue, with 19% saying it was moderate, and 7% slight. Only 1% said the crisis had no impact at all.
The private jet charter broker and jet card provider provided a wide view of its varied business units
Private jet charter and jet card broker Air Partner, which
offers extensive aviation services beyond private flying, updated shareholders earlier
today on its approach to the Coronavirus COVID-19 pandemic, including protective
actions being taken, current sales and pipeline.
In this article, we deal with questions and answers to consider before calling a private jet broker or operator
With American, Delta, United, Southwest and other airlines cutting flights, if you can afford it, private aviation should be an important part of your emergency preparedness
Most media coverage so far has been about the increase in inquiries. Brokers are reporting huge jumps in the call volume.
Instead of duplicating this coverage, I wanted to answer questions you might have about how you can use private aviation to prepare for possible relocation or emergency business flights.
Corporate shuttles have long been a staple of business aviation, but now are serving a more critical purpose
Major companies around the world have long chartered
aircraft to operate corporate shuttles. The shuttles typically operate on a
schedule, many times between company locations where there is a lack of nonstop
Types of aircraft used vary from traditional private jets to regional airliners converted into an executive cabin. Some companies have even operated these types of shuttles on transoceanic routes.