Buisness aviation news

Business aviation continues its recovery after Part 91 flying picks up steam


The overall industry finished down 16.6% in September. Traqpak forecast shows more gains in October

The winter wave slows down business traffic
The winter wave slows down business traffic


Global business aviation rolling average activity is trending around 11,500 sectors a day, just about where it was at the start of September

Recovery trends stabilising at around 85% of usual


The recovery in business jet traffic at this point in Autumn 2020 appears to be hitting a ceiling of around 85% of comparable 2019 activity

Honeywell forecasts business jet usage will recover to 2019 levels by the second half of 2021


29th annual Global Business Aviation Outlook forecasts 7,300 new business jet deliveries over next decade valued at $235 billion

Autumn’s demand and pricing trends
Autumn’s demand and pricing trends


What demand and pricing trends have emerged so far, and what patterns are emerging for the rest of this rollercoaster year?

Bizav activity weakens
Bizav activity weakens


Global business aviation activity through 4 weeks of September is down by 18% vs Sep-19, the equivalent of eighty-four thousand fewer sectors

Bizav activity on the slide in the absence of business traveller


Almost 50,000 fewer business aviation sectors have been operated in September 2020 compared to September 2019

Charter demand is buoying US market
Charter demand is buoying US market


Global business aviation movements are trending down by 12% so far in September

GAMA Publishes Second Quarter 2020 Report
GAMA Publishes Second Quarter 2020 Report


Piston, turboprop, business jet and helicopter deliveries declined across all segments during the first six months of 2020 as compared to the same period of 2019

Recovery subsides as summer ends; Labor Day also damp squib


Ninety thousand business jet and turboprop flights have been operated in the first 8 days of September, 8% decline versus same period of September 2019

JETNET Reviews Business Aircraft Markets Amidst COVID-19 Crisis


"Make no mistake, the market for business aircraft is under stress and this crisis is not helping"

Europe sustains recovery momentum
Europe sustains recovery momentum


European business aviation users galvanised market activity in August, lifting activity 3% above traffic levels in August 2019, the equivalent of 1,845 additional sectors flown

When variation is the trend
When variation is the trend


What trends have we seen and what conclusions can we draw about bizav’s “new normal”?

Delayed holidays swell European activity
Delayed holidays swell European activity


The bizav activity footprint is clearly leisure-driven, with peaks in connections to and from holiday resorts on the Med

Business jet sales soar this summer


IADA dealers close 103 transactions in July

Europe busier than August last year
Europe busier than August last year


Global business aviation activity hit a new post-March high in the last few days, averaging 11,500 sectors a day

Whilst US recovery ebbs, European bizav surges
Whilst US recovery ebbs, European bizav surges


Over the last 30 days, through 11th August, global business aviation activity has trailed last year by 17%, with Europe the most resilient region, flights down by only 5%

European comeback strengthens
European comeback strengthens


The recovery in global business aviation appears to have hit a mid-summer ceiling of around 80% of normal activity

FTC: trends of the traffic growth in July
FTC: trends of the traffic growth in July


The spring of 2020 was truly challenging for business aviation around the world

Bizav recovery hits the buffers
Bizav recovery hits the buffers


Global business aviation traffic has lost over 86,000 sectors so far in July compared to the same period July 2019, which equates to 20% decline

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