Business aviation activity in Europe in October was flat compared to a year ago with 74,420 departures, although charter activity rose for the first time in 2019, according to WingX Advance. Private flights declined 5% compared to a year ago. “October’s flight activity shows some stabilization in demand after several months of decline,” said Richard Koe, WingX managing director. “Business jet AOC [air operator’s certificate] traffic was up for the first time ...

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