Record demand and supply chain issues are setting up Summer 2022 to be a cruel one for some private jet flyers
Want a theme song for private jet travel this Summer? I’m thinking Bananarama’s 1983 hit Cruel Summer. It goes, “It’s a cruel, cruel summer…Leavin’ me here on my own.”
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If you own a fractional share, charter private jets or are buying a private jet, here’s what you need to know about current Russian sanctions
Sanctions against Russia could extend more broadly to private aviation users than you contemplated. Impacts reach buying jets and possibly current fractional shareowners and even chartering private jets.
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The combination of new customers and a return of pre-COVID private aviation users could push private jet charter prices higher by the summer
There could be a shortage of private jets available for the charter market by summer. That’s according to the boss of a leading private jet charter and jet card brokerage. Simultaneously, the industry is faced with the welcome but time-consuming task of educating new consumers about the ins and outs of on-demand charter and jet cards.
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NBAA and EBAA are canceling the annual European Business Aviation Conference and Exhibition planned for May in Geneva with plans for a virtual version of EBACE
While private aviation continues its rebound, the industry is still being impacted by the pandemic. Due to the continuing COVID-19 crisis, the European Business Aviation Association (EBAA) and National Business Aviation Association (NBAA) today announced the cancellation of the 2021 European Business Aviation Convention & Exhibition (EBACE2021).
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