New private aviation research report provides consumer insights

Private jet user research

The 2022/23 Jet Card Report covers on-demand charter, jet cards, membership, jet sharing, and fractional ownership trends based on direct consumer research

New private aviation research based on feedback directly from consumers who fly privately is here. It covers what private aviation users want, the solutions they bought, and from what companies. And what did they think of the experience? Plus, what’s their outlook for future flying needs? It’s all in the 200+ pages of The Jet Card Report 2022/23 by Private Jet Card Comparisons.

Private jets are here to stay for nearly all new since Covid-19 users

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94% of all flyers who started using private aviation since Covid-19 plan to keep flying privately for the future

New research from Private Jet Card Comparisons affirms that once you fly privately, it’s hard to return to the regular airlines.

Private jets benefiting from European airline and airport chaos

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Private jet brokers and operators say airline and airport chaos in Europe is increasing demand as they struggle with similar issues

Disruptions from strikes to labor shortages, cancelations, and delays are driving private jet demand in Europe.

Covid travel restrictions will continue to drive private jet usage

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76% of countries still have some type of Covid travel restrictions in place, according to the International Air Transport Association

Covid travel restrictions are continuing to drive travelers to private jets. What’s more, Air Charter Service predicts lingering barriers will boost the private aviation charter market for the next two years.

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