Poll: Which sector will recover first?

A decade ago, the world had an “insatiable appetite” for large corporate jets, but that demand has recently decreased, said aviation consultant Brian Foley. 

“That love affair has broken up as many of the previous demand drivers have gone the way of the Harlem Shake and planking,” said Foley, with Brian Foley Associates.

Ten years ago, the large jet category was a relatively new segment of the business jet market with a number of new models on the market, such as Gulfstream’s G450, G550 and G650, Bombardier’s Global 5000 and 6000 and the Dassault Falcon 7X. 

Read the full article - Demand For Large Corporate Jets Declines, Consultant Notes

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Hear this poll discussed in the latest webinar - European Business Aviation: Strategies For Recovery - by leading figures:

  • Athar Husain Khan, Secretary General, EBAA
  • Adam Twidell, CEO, PrivateFly
  • Ian Moore, Chief Commercial Officer, VistaJet
  • Robert Frish, President, Aviation Services at Luxaviation.

To share your views on other areas of business aviation, take a look at the previous weekly polls here.