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The Private Aviation Game Has Changed

smiling businessman in suit looking at flight attendant in private plane

In 1849, the French writer Jean-Baptiste Alphonse Karr famously wrote, “The more things change, the more they stay the same”.  But that can hardly be true about aviation in 2021.  In this case, the more things change, the more they will continue to change – and we will see that going into 2022.

Aviation is, by definition, dynamic.  It is always moving, changing, adapting, and following the appetites of those with the means to use it.  When the pandemic began in early 2020, the fear was that aviation would be dramatically affected – and it was.  Thousands of aircraft were parked both on the commercial side and also on the private aviation side.  What was completely unpredictable was the rapid rate at which private aviation would recover as it became the preferred mode of transportation for families and ultra high net-worth individuals who were now living full time in their vacation homes and avoiding airline travel.

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