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.
The latest WingX weekly tracking report shows private jet travel continues to hold onto its recovery despite the resurgence of COVID-19 and fewer UHNW events
Global business aviation activity is down by 15% through most of October 2020 compared to the same period in 2019. However, 15% down is the new up if you are in a travel-related business, for sure.
U.K.-based PrivateFly’s latest Charter Trends report shows big changes in lead time for booking, who’s flying, and more
Driven by the COVID-19 pandemic’s changing border restrictions and quarantines, there were major changes to private jet charter bookings during the July to September period.
While there have been endless reports about the influx of newcomers – PrivateFly said their share increased to 44% from 35% – some of the other changes were perhaps expected but had not been previously reported.
Despite the increase from 70% to 80% of 2019 activity from June to July, the U.S. recovery is hitting headwinds due to Coronavirus related closures
In the world of private aviation or business aviation, as it is often called, most veterans will tell you, “If things are going great, wait a day or two.”
That may or may not be the case, however, aviation analyst WingX says as Europe’s rebound is getting more pronounced, the U.S. is hitting headwinds.
WingX’s Global Market Tracker shows private jet flights in Europe rebounded to 85% of 2019 levels so far in July
Who needs the Americans? Not Europe’s private aviation segment, at least not at the moment.
With borders opening across the continent earlier this month, WingX’s weekly Global Market Tracker reports private jet flights in Europe to rebound to 85% of 2019 activity.
“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.