An extensive analysis by Aviation International News highlights the safety record of private jet charter and fractional operators
How safe are private jets? A lot of it depends on whether you are talking about the charter and fractional operators or owners flying private aircraft for their non-commercial flights.
Part 135 charter operator Priester Aviation has renewed its top-level status with IS-BAO, Argus, and Air Charter Safety Foundation
Chicago-based Part 135 charter operator Priester Aviation has renewed its IS-BAO Stage 3, ARGUS Platinum, and Air Charter Safety Foundation (ACSF) certifications.
President Joseph R. Biden’s Executive Order on Promoting COVID-19 Safety in Domestic and International Travel could end up including private jet charter and jet card flights.
– 96% of new private jet travelers plan to continue after the pandemic
– 30% of respondents say domestic terror threats may increase their percentage of private flights away from the airlines
– 68% expect to travel internationally despite new COVID-19 requirements that include private jet travelers
A flash survey of subscribers to Private Jet Card Comparisons found nearly 30% may switch some airline flights to private aircraft amidst concerns about more domestic terror threats in the wake of the riots at the Capitol. The research also found despite the COVID-19 testing requirements for anyone entering the U.S., more than two-thirds expect to travel internationally. What’s more, 96% of respondents who had started or restarted flying privately due to the coronavirus say they plan to continue after the pandemic ends.