How airlines’ Covid struggles are helping private jet operators

While the airline industry continues to be heavily impacted by Covid-19, private aviation appears to have been largely immune to the pandemic by comparison. Thomas Haynes spoke with Ian Moore, VistaJet’s chief commercial officer, to find out more

The situation for the airline industry over the past 24 months has been stark. The sector, which relies on an open and accessible world to function properly, has had continuous difficulties since the beginning of the pandemic.

In the time since, progress has been made towards recovery with some regions and market segments faring better than others. For business aviation, however, the story has been a little different.

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