World’s largest private jet conference canceled

NBAA cancels 2020 trade show and conference

The National Business Aviation Association said the 2020 version of its annual conference and exhibition won’t take place due to the COVID-19 Coronavirus pandemic

Consumers are turning to private jets in record numbers as they seek to avoid exposure to the deadly COVID-19 Coronavirus. However, the largest industry conference has been canceled.

Gogo Business Aviation says private jet recovery approaching 90% mark

COVID-19 private jet travel recovery

Data from the internet provider corresponds to other industry tracking reports showing private jet travel bouncing back

Inflight internet provider Gogo Business Aviation says last Thursday the number of daily private jet flights with its inflight connectivity reached 3,039.

The Private Jet rebound is continuing day-by-day

Global business aviation is down 58% so far in May compared to a 70% drop in April, according to WingX

Palm Beach International is the world’s busiest airport so far in May

Light Jets and Turboprops are leading the recovery

The glass is getting closer to being half full in business aviation. After a 70% drop in global private aviation in April, private jet flying is down by only 58% through the first 13 days of May. At its nadir, activity was down by around 80%.

The numbers compare favorably to the airlines. Global scheduled passenger flights were down 85% so far this month.

Private Jet flights rebound over 40% from April lows

May 2020 private jet trends

WingX’s weekly Global Market Tracker is showing the glass may indeed be half full for business aviation

Private aviation, just 15% of the global flights at the start of March, now represents 33% of all departures

Pop the champagne! Global business aviation activity was down by 68% for the period April 1st through May 5th, according to WingX’s closely watched weekly Global Market Tracker survey.

Private jet flights drop 80% in April from COVID-19 Coronavirus impact

WingX private jet travel trends

Researcher WingX projects business aviation to remain at low levels through month’s end

Just over 26,000 business jet flights operated worldwide in the first two weeks of April 2020, 79% below the same period in 2019, according to WingX’s Global Market Tracker.

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