Buisness aviation news

IADA market report: first quarter market remained strong for bizjets
IADA market report: first quarter market remained strong for bizjets

The bull market for preowned business aircraft continued in the first quarter of 2022 for members of the International Aircraft Dealers Association (IADA). They closed 288 deals from January through March, compared to 213 transactions in the same period in 2022, a 35 percent increase.

The ARGUS Monday Minute: April 11, 2022
The ARGUS Monday Minute: April 11, 2022

Business aviation flight activity saw an increase across the board for the first week of April 2022. Each day of the week was up an average of 800 flights from the previous week.

Bizjet demand slowing in Europe as Ukraine crisis spills into the economy
Bizjet demand slowing in Europe as Ukraine crisis spills into the economy

WINGXs weekly Business Aviation Bulletin.  

The ARGUS Monday Minute: April 4, 2022
The ARGUS Monday Minute: April 4, 2022

Flight activity for the week of March 27th April 02nd was up 2.2% from the previous week.

Bizjet market Covid rebound still outweighing warning signs in the economy
Bizjet market Covid rebound still outweighing warning signs in the economy

WINGXs weekly Business Aviation Bulletin.  

Bizjet market still hot, but signs of slowdown as global economy falters
Bizjet market still hot, but signs of slowdown as global economy falters

WINGXs weekly Business Aviation Bulletin.  

Bizjet demand surges on, despite growing repercussions from Ukraine
Bizjet demand surges on, despite growing repercussions from Ukraine

WINGXs weekly Business Aviation Bulletin.  

Aero Asset reports 2021 Transaction Volume Up, Supply Down
Aero Asset reports 2021 Transaction Volume Up, Supply Down

Aero Assets 2021 Annual Heli Market Trends report, released today at HAI HELI-EXPO here in Dallas, reveals a 25 percent increase in retail sale volume year over year and a strong decline in supply and absorption rate.

Airspace ban locks up Russian bizjets but global industry activity resilient
Airspace ban locks up Russian bizjets but global industry activity resilient

WINGXs weekly Business Aviation Bulletin.  

WINGX expands into helicopter fleet tracking in partnership with Parapex Media
WINGX expands into helicopter fleet tracking in partnership with Parapex Media

WINGX and Parapex Media are today officially launching a joint venture to provide their combined market intelligence on the global helicopter market.

ARGUS Monday Minute: March 7, 2022
ARGUS Monday Minute: March 7, 2022

ARGUS International's Market Intelligence Team saw similar turbulent patterns, depicted in the graph above, representing Business Aviation flight activity during the months of February 2021 and 2022.

Russian business aviation wilting as invasion leads to sanctions
Russian business aviation wilting as invasion leads to sanctions

The global headlines are focused on Russia´s invasion of Ukraine, with significant consequences emerging for the global aviation industry. In terms of flight activity, Russia, Belarus and Ukraine are seeing precipitous drops in all flight activity over the last few days.

The ARGUS Monday Minute February 28, 2022
The ARGUS Monday Minute February 28, 2022

A steady rise in flight traffic was recorded leading up to and over the Presidents Day weekend (February 17-21st).

Brian Foley Associates: As New Business Jet Sales Soar, Gulfstream, Bombardier Not Building More (Yet)
Brian Foley Associates: As New Business Jet Sales Soar, Gulfstream, Bombardier Not Building More (Yet)

Since the start of the coronavirus pandemic in 2020, well-to-do travelers have been motivated to avoid the close of quarters of airline cabins, and the stampede to private air travel has yet to abate. But just as new business jet sales begin to take off after more than a decade in the doldrums, some plane makers are temporarily stuck on the sidelines unable to fully capitalize on the upswing.

Still buoyant activity but Ukraine crisis likely to curb demand
Still buoyant activity but Ukraine crisis likely to curb demand

WINGXs weekly Business Aviation Bulletin.  

New survey shows private jet users will fly more in 2022
New survey shows private jet users will fly more in 2022

Private jet travelers plan to fly more in 2022 than 2021, according to a just-released survey of subscribers to Private Jet Card Comparisons, an online buyers guide which helps consumers find the best private aviation solutions for their unique flying needs.

GAMA Releases 2021 Aircraft Shipment and Billings Report
GAMA Releases 2021 Aircraft Shipment and Billings Report

The General Aviation Manufacturers Association (GAMA) released the 2021 General Aviation Aircraft Shipments and Billings Report during its annual State of the Industry Press Conference. Overall, when compared to 2020, all aircraft segments saw increases in shipments and preliminary aircraft deliveries were valued at $25.2 billion, an increase of 10.2%.

Super Bowl attendance showcases continued strong business jet demand
Super Bowl attendance showcases continued strong business jet demand

WINGXs weekly Business Aviation Bulletin.  

ARGUS Monday Minute: February 14
ARGUS Monday Minute: February 14

Last week, ARGUS International introduced the Monday Minute. Each Monday, we will review the previous week's flight data and share the most unique, interesting piece of data for the week.

US charter demand slowing but likely to surge for Super Bowl weekend
US charter demand slowing but likely to surge for Super Bowl weekend

WINGXs weekly Business Aviation Bulletin.  

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