New research shows private jet flyers plan to fly more than 2021, but they are looking at new providers as the industry struggles with record demand and supply chain issues
– 51% will fly more than 2021, 41% will fly the same, and only 9% will fly less
– 28% of frequent private flyers are considering fractional or full aircraft ownership.
Private jet travelers plan to fly more in 2022 than 2021, according to a just-released survey of 452 Private Jet Card Comparisons subscribers.
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Charter brokers are navigating new rules of engagement for sourcing your private charter flights. It impacts what you pay and how you fly
Brokers who sell on-demand private jet charter flights say it’s not just availability and price that’s an issue. Record demand has changed the ways jet owners and the operators who manage their aircraft and sell charter flights are working.
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Florida private jet activity continues epic surge as Europe flights dip and North America stays flat for the week
Total global private jet flights dipped 1% week-over-week for the week ending Oct 3, 2021 (Week 39). However, they were 19% ahead of the same week in 2019 and 16% ahead of the most recent moving four-week period two years ago.
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Here’s our comparison of on-demand charter pricing to jet cards with fixed or capped rates and guaranteed availability
In the never-ending question about how to fly privately as cheaply as possible, the scale is now seemingly tilted to jet cards. That’s despite price recent increases. In 25 of the 30 examples, we analyzed, flying with a jet card would cost less. The average savings per flight was $5,693.
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