Why the Value of Private Jets Are Surging

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The current market for pre-owned and new business jets is in the midst of a well publicized crisis. Much like the housing boom that coincided with the pandemic, demand is sky high and inventory is at record lows. For sellers and aircraft manufacturers, this is a good problem to have. However, for buyers, the current […]

Business Travel Is Back

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The pandemic that put the brakes on travel only a couple of years ago lingers, but a recent survey indicates that corporate travel is back.  According to the Quarterly Business Travel Tracker from J.D. Power, U.S. Travel Association and Tourism Economics, a survey of more than 2,400 U.S. business travelers revealed that 84% of respondents […]

The Promise and Shortcomings of Sustainable Aviation Fuel (SAF)

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In the 1990s, the automotive industry faced seemingly insurmountable challenges in curbing its carbon footprint. Three decades later, the general public is gravitating toward environmentally-friendly autos more than ever before, a trend certain to continue until vehicles powered by conventional gasoline become a thing of the past. Today, the aviation industry is grappling with similar […]

How To Not Have Your Jet Tracked Like Elon Musk

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Over the years, there have been several instances where the private flights of high-profile individuals have been tracked, such as soccer star Lionel Messi’s private flight from his former club Barcelona to his new employer Paris Saint-Germain by almost 120,000 people. And just this past week, a 19-year old college student tracked the movements of […]

Top Private Aviation Predictions For 2022

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Again, the private aviation industry leaves behind a year of change and operating under immense pressure: navigating low aircraft inventory and high demand; vying for pilots and crew; keeping up with increased maintenance levels; soaring fuel costs; working around travel mandates. The list goes on. Despite challenges, the private aviation industry is no longer flying […]

6 Little-Known Benefits of Private Aviation

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Interest in private aviation has soared in the past couple of years as people find themselves with increased resources coupled with pandemic-related health concerns. As a result, the benefits of flying private have been well chronicled, from convenience and time savings to lack of hassle and, of course, comfort and luxury. These advantages combine to […]

Private Jet Services Announces Availability of Four Business Jets

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Seabrook, NH – November 4, 2021 — Private Jet Services (PJS), an aviation consultancy and private charter services provider, today announced the immediate availability of four sophisticated business jets: the Cessna Citation X, the Gulfstream G650ER, the Bombardier Global 7500, and the Bombardier Challenger 650. Exclusive access to these jets provides yet another on-demand travel […]

State Of The Private Aviation Industry: A Letter From Our Senior VP of Sales

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Welcome back to travel. It has been an exciting past few months, to say the least, as private aviation has experienced unbridled growth. Some providers are even pumping the brakes by announcing a halt on jet card sales. In July, flight volumes industry-wide were up 44% relative to pre-COVID July 2019. For PJS, the bulk of […]

A Return To Normalcy & Unforgettable Travel Experiences

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Four months into a new year and already so much has changed. Change that is agreeably for the better of the travel and hospitality industries working diligently to rise above it all and for those who are itching to travel again in support of their own business or personal pursuits. We are all thankful for […]

BLOG: Avoiding Private Jet Charter Cancelation 

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Have you ever had your private jet charter canceled or diverted? Anyone who travels can relate to canceled or delayed flights. And if you never experienced a canceled flight before 2020, you likely have in the past year. On March 18, 2020, U.S. commercial airlines canceled approximately 11 percent of scheduled flights. That number rose […]