The aviation industry predicts a YoY volume growth of 20% for entry-level private jet charters in 2021
Since the pandemic’s outbreak, European business aviation has shown particular resilience, growing stronger while commercial aviation suddenly sank into a crisis.
More and more affluent flyers have started to charter private jets for essential business travel across Europe. The Air-Taxi service is booming and shows no signs of letting up as travel restrictions are lifted.
Biosecurity is the determining factor here. When flying on a commercial airline, you may risk exposure to an average of 700 touchpoints compared to only 20 touchpoints on a private jet journey.
Business aviation has increased its competitive advantages over the airlines by providing a controlled travel bubble, an on-demand schedule and seamless connectivity.
Based on current signs Sovereign Business Jets is confident that entry-level jet charters will see an additional 20 percent boost in 2021. As such we are increasing the fleet we can offer in the entry level jet arena, improving customer services to be more responsive and ensuring we can meet demands for last minute availability that are now becoming the ‘new norm’.
‘After a difficult period we are excited to take on the challenges of the next 12 months, we are seeing an unprecedented increase in the entry level jet charter market and have engineered the business to meet this demand’ said Barry Chalmers MD of Sovereign Business Jets.