The year 2019 has been a mixed bag, to say the least, with business jet shipments up 12.5% in the first six months, but turboprop airplane shipments declining by the same percentage.
ARGUS reports that after a slow start, flight activity among charter and fractional operators – as well as by corporate owners – was up through the summer months, no doubt spurred by an abundance of commercial airlines flight cancellations.
What can you expect the next few months to bring, and what does it mean for you? Listen as Rolland Vincent of Rolland Vincent Associates and JETNET’s Paul Cardarelli join me to discuss what the near term holds, in this Business Aviation Advisor podcast.
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