JETNET LLC - a provider of aviation market intelligence - has just launched its Q3 2011 JETNET iQ Global Business Aviation Survey in seven languages. The web-based, password-protected Q3 2011 Survey is available in English, French, German, Portuguese, Russian, Spanish and Arabic versions.
The number of pre-owned business jet transactions in the first half of the year increased by 1.9 percent versus a year ago, while average time on market was 12 days shorter, JetNet said. At the same time, average business jet asking prices have dropped 11.2 percent. “A double-digit decrease in business jet asking prices has not stimulated enough sales growth, and continues to be a major concern,” JetNet maintains, reporting that the percentage of business jets available for sale had increased to 11.7 percent last month. This is up from June 2015’s post-recession low-mark of 11.2 percent.
JETNET iQ REPORTS are the definitive analytical reference on the business aviation and business travel industry. They include state-of-the-industry analyses, customer insights, and industry outlooks on a systematic, quarterly basis. All reports are prepared with the latest market, economic, and industry intelligence, and results from proprietary surveys of aircraft owners and operators around the globe.