As private jet demand drops, supply chain and labor issues remain

EBACE Geneva

While demand for private jet flights remains above 2019, but down from 2021-22, the operating environment challenges haven’t subsided

Senior executives from private jet operators and manufacturers speaking during the European Business Aviation Conference & Exhibition last week in Geneva had a grim assessment when it comes to supply chains and labor issues.

The digital private jet charter booking revolution is still delayed

EBACE 2023

Expedia-like on-demand private jet charter bookings have been in the works for over 20 years and still aren’t ready for takeoff

When a broker tells you they are like the Expedia or Google Flights of private jet charter, don’t walk, fly. You are being conned.

Meet over 20 new private jet card and membership providers since the pandemic


These providers are new or launched their first jet cards and memberships since the start of the Covid-19 pandemic in February 2020

As demand ebbs, new jet card providers are flowing. In addition to existing players restructuring and changing their programs, as well as offering new types of memberships (We’ve done over 300 updates in the last three years), there has been a host of new providers since the beginning of 2020, when the Covid pandemic changed everything.

ElitAvia adds European jet card


European charter operator ElitAvia has launched a jet card providing carbon offsets inclusive of the hourly rate

Private jet management and charter operator ElitAvia has launched its first jet card under the ElitAvia Green Card banner.

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