June global private jet flight trend increases 6% compared to 2019

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While airline flights lag 40% behind pre-pandemic levels, WingX reports European football championships helped boost global private jet travel in June ahead of 2019 levels

Global private aviation traffic has increased by 6% in June 2021 compared to 2019, effectively setting record levels of activity, according to the most recent Tracker update from WingX.

Private jet charters trend up 50% year-over-year, 4% over 2019

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The U.S. private jet charter market is hot, with almost 50% more sectors so far this year than last, and 4% more flights than in the same period of 2019, according to WingX.

Air Charter Service predicts more new customers, bankruptcies for 2021

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Private jet card and on-demand charter broker ACS expects a rebound of business travel, more bookings from travel agents, and instability for the private aviation sector

Air Charter Service has 27 worldwide offices, spanning all six major continents arranging private jet, commercial airliner, and cargo aircraft charters and onboard courier solutions arranging over 23,000 charter flights in a typical year. Recently, Andy Christie, group private jet director, shared his view on the private jet travel outlook in 2021. Below are some highlights.

Charter, jet card flights boost private jet flying in December

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Part 135 jet card and on-demand charter flights reached 96% of pre-COVID levels in December as the overall market rebounded to 86% of 2019 totals

The latest report from Argus TRAQPak showed Part 135 flying – on-demand charters and jet cards – surged in December, just 3.8% off 2019 flight hours.

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