Into an increasingly acrimonious atmosphere in which the airlines perceive business aviation as competition for high-end travelers comes a study suggesting that airline losses do not necessarily benefit business aviation. The study is from Washington, D.C.-based aviation consulting firm The Velocity Group.
Into an environment in which airlines perceive business aviation as competition for high-end travelers comes a study suggesting that business aviation is not necessarily benefiting from airline losses. According to the analysis–from Washington. D.C. consulting firm The Velocity Group–by fare category and estimates of business aircraft ridership, both the airlines and business aviation have shown similar growth between 2000 and 2005.