Yes, deliveries of new business jets are up. So are sales of preowned aircraft and fractional shares, as well as jet card and block charter.
And that makes it tough to meet the travel demands of both current and new business jet travelers! There just aren’t enough aircraft available when they want to fly.
So how is the industry responding? And what does that mean to you?
In Business Aviation Gets a Shot in the Arm, Rolland Vincent of Rolland Vincent Associates and JETNET’s Paul Cardarelli discuss how the pandemic challenges underscored the advantages of business aviation, as current owners and charterers returned to the air, joined by staggering numbers of former commercial airline travelers.
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Publisher of Business Aviation Advisor, has nearly 50 years in business aviation including executive positions at aircraft management/charter and ground services companies. He is a past director of the NATA and Corporate Angel Network.