“Very weak” private jet charters expected to see “some improvement” in the second quarter
U.K.-based Air Partner offered its third COVID-19 Coronavirus update this morning with news of a £6m profit before tax covering February, March, and April, its fiscal first quarter.
On the news, its stock (LON: AIR) was trading at GBX 49.40 midday in London, down from its 52-week high GBX 102.90, but up considerably from a low last month of just GBX 15.33.
The European Business Aviation Association has published a list of Covid-19 Coronavirus travel restrictions, including those impact private jet travel in Europe
The European Business Aviation Association (EBAA) has launched an EBAA Covid-19 Resource Center.
There is also an extensive list compiled by Cicero/AMO (below map) on the latest measures being taken to tackle the Covid-19 outbreak.
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.
There are several Jet Card options you can buy today with guaranteed availability and fixed one-way rates for flights between the U.S. and Europe
Read the full Europe Travel Ban proclamation from President Trump at the end of the story
Last night’s Trump Travel Ban forbidding foreign nationals from entering the United States for 30 days starting tomorrow at midnight is likely to force the airlines to cancel more trans-Atlantic flights.
The directive, issued during an Oval Office address from President Donald J. Trump, bans foreign nationals from Europe’s 26 Schengen countries from entering the U.S. It also bans other foreigners who have visited any of the countries 14 days prior attempting entry into the U.S. The ban is set to last 30 days.