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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Argus TraqPak and WingX reports show that private aviation continues its surge with no signs of letting up in August
Private jet activity in North America in July surged to a record 305,136 flights, 43,100 more than 2019, according to Argus TraqPak.
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Part 135 charter and Part 91K fractional flying surged to 54.3% of all North American private aviation flight hours during the first half of 2021
The share of flight hours operated under Part 91 – non-commercial flights conducted for the aircraft owner – continued its decade-long decline during the first half of 2021.
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Argus and WingX research shows the private aviation rebound is showing no signs of letting up in July
Argus Traqpak’s research data showed June as the busiest month for private aviation since October 2007. Now, the aviation research firm says July 1, 2021, recorded 12,345 business aviation flights in North America. That was the largest single-day of operations since March 20, 2008.
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