No Holiday Cheer for Bizav Flying in December

AINalerts » January 12, 2011
No Holiday Cheer for Bizav Flying in December
Though business aircraft flying fell 2.2 percent in December on a year-over-year basis, activity of Part 91 light jets bucked the trend, climbing 9.4. percent over December 2010.
January 12, 2012, 3:45 PM

Business aircraft flying activity in the U.S. fell 2.2 percent in December, compared with a year ago, according to TraqPak data released this week by aviation services company Argus. While Part 91 flying remained in positive territory with a 2.1-percent increase over December 2010, it was not enough to offset the declines of 3.6 percent and 8.4 percent, respectively, at the fractional and charter providers. This also marks the 11th consecutive month of lower flying activity at Part 135 operators. Aircraft category results were generally negative for December–all segments, with the exception of light jets, posted year-over-year decreases. Large-cabin jets, down 6.3, led the decline, followed by turboprops (-2.4 percent) and midsize jets (-2.3 percent). Light jets eked just a 0.6-percent rise in flying activity from December 2010. Looking at individual market segments, Part 91 light jets showed a significant improvement over December 2010 with a 9.4-percent climb; meanwhile, Part 135 jet flying reported the largest drops, with activity sinking in each segment by between 11.1 percent and 12.8 percent. Argus’s TraqPak data “is serial-number-specific aircraft arrival and departure information on all IFR flights in the U.S.”

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ANDREW BRISENO
on January 14, 2012 - 1:46am

The federal government has now permitted the private bank which is intentionally deceptively called "The Federal Reserve Bank" to print money, and create electronic money by computer entry, on a massive scale, never before seen in America. $16,000,000,000,000.00 has been transferred by the Bankster thieves to their own banks, such as over $2.5 TRILLION to CITIGROUP. the rest went to many others such as MORGAN STANLEY = $2.041 TRILLION, MERRILL LYNCH = $1.949 TRILLION, BANK OF AMERICA = $1.344 TRILLION, BARCLAYS PLC = $868 BILLION, BEAR STEARNS = $853 BILLION, GOLDMAN SACHS = $814 BILLION, and many others in America and overseas.

So George W. Bush's TARP money giveaway to the Bankers has simply resulted in the Banks getting money, not loaning money and instead using their power to take assets from Americans via foreclosure and otherwise; all using the money that was supplied to them by the Bankster thieves to empower their other Companies, as noted above to financially rape Americans. Due to the overly tight money supply in the private sector, other than to the Bankster thieves, America's DEPRESSION has gotten worse.

In a Depression the American companies, such as have not gone overseas, are now financially weaker than ever before; by design of the Bankster thieves and the Washington D. C. parasitic politicians who are the paid chambermaids of the Banks and who enact legislation such as the Patriot Act and the National Defense Authorization Act of 2012 which purports to destroy the Fourth Amendment of the Constitution and the right to a JURY TRIAL that was first created by King under the Magna Carta in 1215 A.D. as well as the right to Habeus Corpus, is destroying an semblance of a stable nation that fosters a good economic environment.

When there is no money to generate contracts and profit, there is no real reason to engage in a lot of private flight operations. A private business must justify expenditures by showing a profit or at least an arguable expectation that a particular expenditure will lead to profits. In this economy that was "nurtured by George W. Bush and Barack Obama there is no profit to be made. Many of those people who previously purchased assets, the "Middle Class" is being squeezed out of existence, by design.

In the words of a former instructor of mine, it takes one thing to fly..... MONEY.

Andrew Edward Briseno
CFI Instrument Airplane,
Attorney, AK, NV, CA,

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