Charter Report


Findings from 2020 Asia Pacific Charter Report

by Global Sky Team

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CEO, Jeffrey Lowe, shares data and insight on the APAC charter market.


The latest data on the Asia Pacific Business Jet Charter Fleet as of June 2020:

  • A breakdown by OEM, operator, country, and size category;

  • Changes to the charter fleet;

  • Charter operator overview;

  • 2019 Charter flight activity.

And, find out how COVID-19 has impacted the regional charter market in 2020:

  • APAC flight activity;

  • Popular flight routes;

  • Charter users behavior;

  • Aircraft cargo charter.

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