Charter Broker Luna Jets Sees Stronger-than-expected 2020

 - May 13, 2021, 10:51 AM

After predicting a tough second-half of 2020 following the Covid-19 outbreak, Geneva-based charter broker Luna Jets finished the year with “the best performance in our 14-year history, mainly fueled by an all-time-high fourth quarter,” said managing director Alain Leboursier. Revenue at Luna Jets rose 30 percent in 2020, translating to gains in market share and expectations for an even stronger 2021.

In 2020, the company organized more than 6,000 flight movements and expects that number to climb to 7,000 this year. Already, its private jet charter activity this year is 20 percent higher than pre-Covid levels, helped by a “record number” of new clients and increased demand for longer trips on larger aircraft, according to Luna Jets.

“As we see our existing clients starting to fly again and new clients taking off, we are therefore expecting a very strong summer 2021,” Leboursier added.