This is how Bernard Fragner – CEO and founder of GlobeAir describes the just-ended November, PrivateJets in a NoseDive.
Earlier this year at #CJILondon hosted by Corporate Jet Investor, Alasdair Whyte asked me on a panel about #businessaviation for my final comment. You simply mentioned “Boom and Bust”.
GlobeAir’s #FligtSpider November shows demand for charters decreased for the fourth month in a row. We’re currently down 14% year-over-year, but we’re still up 4% compared to November 2019.
So, whine at a high level? I’m not sure. I think this trend will continue, at least in Europe given the economic outlook. I recently had a very interesting conversation with Eymeric Segard and Guillaume Launay of the LunaJets who interestingly share my point of view. We also agreed that there are many opportunities and ways to continue to grow and develop the business.
Together with my #leadership team 🛩 Jonathan Perdoz, Gerda Overiter, Michael Fritz, Johannes A. Skrivanek, and Federico Bevilacqua, we’re already busy preparing for 2023, which is practically just around the corner. Part of this is the newest talent joining Claudia Maes, Odham Babb, Christophe Picot and Émilie.
Latest #bizav stats from #GlobeAir #MyPrivateJet:
- 436 flights
- 817 people on board
- Departed from 147 different airports
- Salzburg remains in the top ten
- Berlin made it into our top 10 destinations
- Geneva – Paris is the busiest city pair in both directions
#PrivateJetCharter bookings are skyrocketing for December, and we at #FlyGlobeAir can’t wait to bring everyone together this holiday season.