Part 135 Flying Increases for First Time in 16 Months

Business aircraft flying activity last month in the U.S. increased again year-over-year, with traffic rising 1.6 percent, according to TraqPak data released yesterday by aviation services company Argus. Notably, Part 135 charter flying moved into positive territory for the first time in 16 months, climbing by 0.9 percent from a year ago. Part 91 activity…

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U.S. Business Aviation Traffic Down Slightly in April 2013

U.S. Business Aviation Traffic Down Slightly Business aircraft activity in the U.S. fell for the third consecutive month, with flying hours down slightly–by 0.4 percent–year-over-year last month, according to TraqPak data released on Friday by aviation services company Argus. As has been the trend for much of this year, Part 135 was the only operational category…

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Business Aviation Flying Slumps in September, Argus Data Shows

Business aircraft flying activity in the U.S. hit a slump last month, falling 2.9 percent from a year ago, according to TraqPak data released late Tuesday by aviation services company Argus. Activity was down across the board in both the operator and aircraft categories. While Part 91 flying has consistently been the beacon of hope in…

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March business aircraft flight activity increase

ARGUS TRAQPak data released yesterday indicates that March 2012 business aircraft flight activity increased from the previous month 8.2%. For the second month in a row, all of operational categories showed an increase, with fractional activity leading the way up 11.3% from February. Part 135 and Part 91 activity also trended up at 9.4% and…

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Argus: Business Aviation Flying Regains Climb in 2012

Business aircraft flying activity in the U.S. increased slightly last month, with traffic rising 1.3 percent from a year ago, according to TraqPak data released Tuesday by aviation services company Argus. Part 91 flying continued its positive trend, climbing 4.5 percent year over year. Activity at charter and fractional providers fell 1 percent and 6.1…

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Argus: Business Aviation Flight Activity Cools Down in July

Business aircraft flight activity in the U.S. reversed course in July after trending in positive territory for much of the first half of this year, according to TraqPak data released yesterday by aviation services company Argus. Comparing year-over-year results, business aircraft flying was down 2.2 percent last month thanks to an 8.6-percent decrease in charter…

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Business Aircraft Flight Activity Climbs Marginally

Business aircraft flight activity in the U.S. maintained its positive rate of climb last month, with a 1.1-percent year-over-year gain thanks to more flying by Part 91 private operators and fractional providers, according to TraqPak data released yesterday by aviation services company Argus. Fractional flying led the group again, with an 8.7-percent increase from a…

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