After a decade-long holding pattern following the 2008 financial crisis, top business aviation forecasters say the industry can navigate the world’s economic and political woes
Who? Us? Everything is fine. After being sent to a decade-long holding pattern by the 2008 financial crisis, it’s different this time. At least, that’s a summary from four of private aviation’s most followed forecasts.
Economic outlook is hindering private jet flight activity, says WingX MD Richard Koe
After global private jet flight activity dropped 6% and 7% in the past two weeks, in Week 28, it rebounded with 73,217 flights, up 7%.
Germany sees 26% week-to-week gain as global private jet flight activity dips 2% while staying at record levels
Global private jet flight activity dropped 2% from the previous week in Week 17, with 75,004 departures, according to the latest WingX data.
Short of staff at their regional partners, the big airlines are cutting schedules and replacing airplanes with buses
Are you flying to Lehigh Valley Airport, Pennsylvania, or Fort Collins, Colorado? According to Bloomberg and Best Life, American Airlines and United Airlines have replaced your airplane with a bus.