Star Jets International is the latest private aviation provider to report record results as consumers seek to avoid airlines
New York-based Star Jets International said it started its second quarter with a record of over $1 million in private jet charter bookings in the first half of July.
While airline passenger counts remained 75% below last year’s levels, private jet flights increased 5% during America’s birthday Independence Day holiday in 2020
– The 50 Busiest Private Jet Airports during the holidays
– Airports with the biggest increases and decreases of private jets
– The most popular private jet routes for the July 4th holiday
As airline passenger levels remained 75% below last year, a detailed analysis by Private Jet Card Comparisons of data from WingX shows not only that private jet flights were up year-over-year by 5%, but where they were going.
Normally a niche segment, private jets are becoming more important to the travel and tourism industry, which before the COVID-19 pandemic supported 10% of worldwide jobs.
The jet card membership program is offering customized
vacation options by teaming up with Under Canvas
Under Canvas, a growing adventure-hospitality company has
joined with StraightLine Private Air to offer a week-long experience exploring
the iconic national parks of the West.
Leveraging the power and convenience of private aviation, guests
will see seven national parks in just 7 days by traveling aboard a private
aircraft. Highlights include four Under Canvas glamping resorts – Moab,
Yellowstone, Glacier and Zion.
Private aviation is enjoying a dynamic transformation with new products and approaches.