Covid-19 Omicron may be boosting private jet flying, according to the latest WingX data
Despite shutdowns and increased restrictions, or perhaps because private jet flights jumped 8% globally week-over-week. According to WingX data, there were 73,611 private jet flights for the week ended Dec. 19, an 8% jump over Week 49.
Florida, Texas lead double digit gains in private jet flying in the U.S. as demand surge continues ahead of the holidays
After taking a pause last week, private jet flights were once again on the rise, up 0.3% globally and 4% week-over-week through Nov. 7 in the U.S.
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.
Business aviation flight activity for the past week, past four weeks, globally, for North America, U.S., Europe, Africa and Asia
Global private jet flights increased 3% week-over-week and are up 16% versus 2019 levels for the week ended Sept. 26, 2021, week 38 of the year.