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Charter demand sliding, UK activity drops, but overall activity holds
Charter demand sliding, UK activity drops, but overall activity holds

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Charter demand predictions for the start of 2023
Charter demand predictions for the start of 2023

The start of 2023 feels like the start of a rollercoaster. As we crank up the lift hill to the first rush of excitement, what ups and downs maybe even some loop the loops? are coming our way in 2023, and what did the last lap of the 2022 track tell us?

Global demand holding but charter market back to 2019 levels in Europe
Global demand holding but charter market back to 2019 levels in Europe

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Business Jet market still buoyant, WEF traffic relatively muted
Business Jet market still buoyant, WEF traffic relatively muted

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IADA Dealers End 2022 on a High
IADA Dealers End 2022 on a High

While annual business jet resale volume was slightly higher for members of the International Aircraft Dealers Association (IADA) in 2022, aircraft dealers indicate that market conditions are normalizing. In the recently released 2022 Fourth Quarter IADA Market Report, IADA accredited dealers and certified brokers reported 1,399 used aircraft sales transactions closed in 2022, compared to 1,370 in 2021, a two percent increase, and the highest total for IADA members in recent memory.

Overall activity levels holding but charter demand sliding fast
Overall activity levels holding but charter demand sliding fast

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Brian Foley: private aviations sudden popularity falls back to earth
Brian Foley: private aviations sudden popularity falls back to earth

Fuelled since 2020 by soaring personal stock portfolios, easy access to low-interest cash and a pandemic-induced desire to avoid public airport cattle stalls, interest in flying privately has soared. However, recent metrics now suggest the white-hot market has begun to cool to a more manageable and sustainable level. Words by Brian Foley.

Cooling year-end but still a record-busy 12 months for business aviation
Cooling year-end but still a record-busy 12 months for business aviation

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Global bizav heading for record year, although trend is weakening
Global bizav heading for record year, although trend is weakening

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Bizjet bounce is fading but some leisure spots still seeing high demand
Bizjet bounce is fading but some leisure spots still seeing high demand

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Bizjet bounce is over in US and Europe, still surging in Middle East
Bizjet bounce is over in US and Europe, still surging in Middle East

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Thanksgiving jet activity down 6% on last year but up 13% on 2019
Thanksgiving jet activity down 6% on last year but up 13% on 2019

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Bizjet demand waning in Europe, up in Middle East, steady in US
Bizjet demand waning in Europe, up in Middle East, steady in US

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GAMA Releases Third Quarter 2022 Aircraft Shipment and Billing Report
GAMA Releases Third Quarter 2022 Aircraft Shipment and Billing Report

The General Aviation Manufacturers Association (GAMA) published the Third Quarter 2022 General Aviation Aircraft Shipment and Billing Report. The aircraft manufacturing industrys results for the first nine months of 2022, when compared to the same period in 2021, point to increasing aircraft deliveries across all segments along with an increase in the overall value of the aircraft shipments.

Overall market falling off post-covid peaks, but transatlantic flights hitting all-time high
Overall market falling off post-covid peaks, but transatlantic flights hitting all-time high

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Global Jet Capital: Business Jet Market Remains Resilient Despite Headwinds
Global Jet Capital: Business Jet Market Remains Resilient Despite Headwinds

In Q3 2022, the business jet market exhibited strong performance, continuing a trend that began in the second half of 2020. Driven by new users and returning customers, flight operations improved on a year-over-year basis, while demand translated into strong order activity as reported by manufacturers.

Used Piston Single, Turboprop, and Jet Aircraft Inventories Continue Upward Climb
Used Piston Single, Turboprop, and Jet Aircraft Inventories Continue Upward Climb

Inventory levels for most categories of pre-owned aircraft have maintained a steady rise since January, according to new Sandhills Global aviation industry market reports. The reports, which cover used aircraft in Sandhills marketplaces, also show that despite consecutive months of inventory increases (which often coincide with declining asking values), used aircraft asking values have also shown steady increases.

Steep decline in flights in Europe, US stable
Steep decline in flights in Europe, US stable

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Flight activity ebbs in October year on year
Flight activity ebbs in October year on year

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Bizjet demand foundering in Europe but growth holding in the US
Bizjet demand foundering in Europe but growth holding in the US

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