45% of business aviation executives expect to finish 2020 in a stronger position, compared to just 16% who predict a decline. 92% are very/fairly optimistic about 2021
Major airlines warn that a full recovery may now take into 2024. Business aviation executives say that’s not the case for private jet travel.
A poll of more than 500 attendees at Corporate Jet Investor’s weekly Town Hall meeting showed a confident outlook about the future.
The Falcon 50 accident killed both pilots and seriously injured the two passengers after overrunning the runway in Greenville, South Carolina
Neither pilot flying the ill-fated Dassault Falcon 50 than overran the runway at Greenville Downtown Airport (GMU) in September 2018 were qualified to operate the flight as a Part 135 charter, according to a final report from the National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB).
As airlines reduce flights, it will become more difficult to position pilots on short notice
Like with the airlines, drop in demand due to Coronavirus restrictions is leading some private jet operators to ground aircraft
Both London City Airport and London Heliport have closed for normal private aviation flights
NetJets, VistaJet affirm continued operations in Europe and worldwide
Booking a private jet charter flight in Europe may become more difficult in the coming weeks, especially on short notice. That’s the consensus of several executives from private jet operators and charter brokers who spoke to us. The silver lining is, it’s not a problem yet.
A story last week in Aviation International News was headlined, “BBGA Expects Full Bizav Fleet Grounding Soon in UK.”
A $100 million lawsuit your insurance won’t cover could be one accident away
If you are successful enough to own your own private jet, it probably took long hours and lots of hard work.
Chances are, you bought your private jet – or turboprop – because it was a business tool, allowing you to go to multiple locations and out of the way places more efficiently.
“Illegal air charter operations pose a serious safety hazard,” says the Federal Aviation Administration
The Federal Aviation Administration yesterday issued what it called important information for pilots and passengers covering safe air charter operations.
It comes two days after sending the jet-sharing platform BlackBird a letter it has found serious issues.