A VistaJet/WSJ survey of C-suite executives predicts business travel and meetings are set to spike led by private aviation users
A survey of 200 C-suite executives by WSJ and VistaJet forecasts business travel post-pandemic is coming back stronger than ever. That includes private flights. It comes after 97% of respondents say their companies experienced negative impacts directly related to business travel restrictions.
Jet card and on-demand charter broker Air Partner is reporting business travel via private jets is rebounding
Following a year of COVID-19-induced lockdowns, business travel is returning, and corporations are turning to private jets as they seek to get back out on the road. Air Partner says there was a 112% increase in corporate bookings in April compared to the start of the year.
The combination of new customers and a return of pre-COVID private aviation users could push private jet charter prices higher by the summer
There could be a shortage of private jets available for the charter market by summer. That’s according to the boss of a leading private jet charter and jet card brokerage. Simultaneously, the industry is faced with the welcome but time-consuming task of educating new consumers about the ins and outs of on-demand charter and jet cards.
Private jet users can visit Singapore for up to 14 days although they will be limited to a bubble located at Changi International Airport
Private aviation users will be able to visit Singapore from the second half of January according to multiple news reports.