Private aviation provider XO adds more discounted luxury travel packages

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The unit of Vista Global is tapping into the increased demand of affluent consumers to fly by private jet beyond their own residences

What goes together like kike rama lama lama ka dinga da dinga dong? Lately, it seems private jet providers and luxury resorts and retreats. Leading private aviation provider XO (a merger of the former XOJET and JetSmarter last year after its acquisition by Vista Global), is continuing to expand its value-added offers who its jet membership and on-demand private jet customers.

Nigeria, Colombia, Serbia, Brazil lead private jet travel’s Covid-19 winners and losers list

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Here’s how the U.S., U.K., Canada, Australia, Mexico and other top business aviation markets performed during the coronavirus pandemic

An analysis of private aviation departures from WingX data by Private Jet Card Comparisons reveals a wide disparity in how COVID-19 impacted private jet travel on a country-by-country basis.

There was only one country that saw departures increase during the period and at the bottom of the list, 10 countries saw flying less than 50% of 2019 totals.

Looking at the 50 countries and territories with the most private aviation departures between March and July 2020, Nigeria’s private flights are at 103% of 2019 levels, up 3%.

Still, it was a bumpy ride powered by a 57% increase in flights during July. During the five months of data reviewed, Nigeria’s private aviation departures were ahead of 2019 levels in four months, although April departures dropped 73%.

Possible optimism as forecasters predict private jet travel to drop 67% in April

NBAA cancels 2020 trade show and conference

Argus TRAQPak has revised its previous estimate expecting a 40% to 60% decline downwards

Data from Private Jet Card Comparisons in April shows an increased interest in private aviation membership programs

Signs indicate private aviation may attract new fliers who previously didn’t see the value, but now want to reduce exposure to COVID-19 Coronavirus

Headwinds for business aviation are expected to be even more fierce than predicted just last week. Back then, Argus TRAQPak predicted the private aviation flights in April would be between 40% and 60%.

In an update just released today, its analysts now expect a 67.3% decline this month.

Here’s how flying private can boost your company’s profits

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Using private aviation for your business can help boost efficiency, employee retention, sales and profits

Many companies that could benefit from using private jets or even turboprops eschew private flying for a myriad of reasons, which are easy to understand.

However, those reasons could be costing you growth in sales and profits. You could also be losing key employees!

First of all, there is a negative stereotype about private jet travel, mainly that it’s environmentally unfriendly.

The fact is that all aviation is only 2% of global emissions. Business aviation is just 2% of that 2% number.

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