New research shows private jet flyers plan to fly more than 2021, but they are looking at new providers as the industry struggles with record demand and supply chain issues
– 51% will fly more than 2021, 41% will fly the same, and only 9% will fly less
– 28% of frequent private flyers are considering fractional or full aircraft ownership.
Private jet travelers plan to fly more in 2022 than 2021, according to a just-released survey of 452 Private Jet Card Comparisons subscribers.
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U.S. charter, fractional flights surge as demand shows no signs of abating and supply continues to be stretched
While global private jet flights advanced 1% week-over-week and remain 18% up for the trailing four weeks compared to 2019, fractional and charter flights are seeing record gains, according to WingX.
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Florida, California, U.K. private jet flights surge week-over-week as global and U.S. flight activity continues upward trend
As private jet operators and sellers of jet cards and memberships struggle with record demand, upward trends in the U.S. and globally continue. That’s according to the latest data from WingX.
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August was another record-breaking month for private jet travel, ranking only behind July as the busiest month since Argus TraqPak has been tracking flights
August private flight activity in North America clocked a 38.7% increase over 2020, good enough to finish as the second busiest month on record, trailing only July 2021. The August activity was 10% higher than 2019’s pre-pandemic private jet flying levels. Total flights were just under the 300,000 mark.
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