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2021 - A year of record demand for private jet flights

3.3 million flights worldwide in 2021 means a record year for business aviation.

February 22, 2022

Amid the pandemic, a large number of passengers began to prefer flights with private jets, mainly for privacy, health protection, safety and comfort. As a result, the private aviation industry has risen to new heights.

In the last four weeks of 2021, the number of private jet flights worldwide was 21% higher than in the same period in 2019. Despite pandemic measures due to the proliferation of the Omicron variant, private flights in Europe saw 28% increase in the last week of 2021 compared to 2019. 14% increase in the last month of last year. The year 2021 was a record year in the number of private jet flights, with total of 3.3 million flights worldwide which means 7% increase over 2019.

10 most popular private jet routes

  1. Moscow → Nice Côte d’Azur
  2. Miami → New York
  3. New York → Los Angeles
  4. New York → West Palm Beach
  5. London → New York
  6. London → Moscow
  7. London → Nice Côte d’Azur
  8. Chicago → New York
  9. Houston → New York
  10. West Palm Beach → New York
Marian Jancarik - Jetron’s Managing Director.

Marian Jancarik

JETRON’s Managing director
Marian is more than 20 years in aviation. You can read about his career path here. In his free time, Marian loves to play golf, ski and spend some quality time with family and friends.

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