Business aircraft flying activity last month in the U.S. slipped by 1.3 percent from a year ago, according to TraqPak data released on Tuesday by aviation services company Argus. Part 91 flying still leads the operational category segment, but managed to eke out only a 0.3-percent gain. Part 135 charter activity dipped slightly–1.4 percent–while fractional flying dropped by 6.7 percent on a year-over-year basis.
Business aircraft flying activity last month in the U.S. increased again year-over-year, with traffic rising 1.6 percent, according to TraqPak data released yesterday by aviation services company Argus. Notably, Part 135 charter flying moved into positive territory for the first time in 16 months, climbing by 0.9 percent from a year ago. Part 91 activity still dominated by operational category, and increased 4.3 percent from a year ago. However, activity at fractional providers appeared to worsen, falling 6.9 percent year-over-year.
Germany’s OHS Aviation Services (Stand 2149) can breathe new life into the look and feel of your aircraft and it’s here at the EBACE show to give visitors a chance to see and touch the “sensory magic” its team aims to bring to cabins. The company, which is launching a new corporate identity this week, either does the interior refurbishment and repair work at its Berlin Schoenefeld Airport headquarters or its technicians can bring their tools and materials to the owner’s base airport.
Business aircraft flying activity in the U.S. flattened last month, with traffic falling 1.6 percent versus the year-ago period, according to TraqPak data released yesterday by aviation services company Argus.
Part 91 flying eked out a slight increase, climbing 0.6 percent year over year. Flying activity at charter and fractional providers dropped 3.6 percent and 5.9 percent, respectively, from March 2011. This marks the 14th consecutive month of retrenched activity at Part 135 charter companies, though it should be noted that charter turboprop flying did rise 2.3 percent.
Charlie Bravo Aviation Asia and Universal Jet Asia announced today a strategic alliance to bring a complete business aviation acquisition and management solution to the expanding Asian market. According to the companies, the alliance will help newcomers to the business aviation market with services ranging from selecting and acquiring the best aircraft for their mission to finding pilots and scheduling maintenance.
Business aircraft flying activity in the U.S. slid 0.9 percent in January versus the year-ago period, according to TraqPak data from aviation services company Argus. This marks the second consecutive month of erosion on a year-over-year basis.
While Part 91 flying climbed by 4.5 percent over January 2011, it wasn’t enough to offset losses of 6.3 percent and 8.3 percent, respectively, at the fractional and charter providers. Flying activity at Part 135 charter operators has now declined for 12 consecutive months.
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.
Year-over-year business aircraft flying activity grew slightly by one percent, according to TraqPak data released this week by aviation services company Argus. The greatest growth during the past year was in the small-cabin-jet category, at 2.1 percent, followed by midsize cabins at 1.7 percent. Turboprop activity grew 1.1 percent, while large-cabin jets dropped by 2.8 percent.
StandardAero Business Aviation has expanded its strategic business focus to include the buying and selling of parts for general aviation aircraft. Included in the operation are APUs, whole engines, avionics and airframe components. Initially focused solely on business aviation aircraft, the company has expanded its parts trading services to include regional airlines and air transport components.
India’s newly formed Business Aircraft Operators Association (BAOA) has pledged to further expand business and general aviation in the emerging country. To present a unified front for business aviation, the existing Business Aviation Association of India (BAAI) has merged into BAOA.