WINGX UK Market Update

Below is the latest WingX data update for Biz Av.

The first chart shows that business aviation activity has resumed its recovery since the announcement of the lifting of the quarantine, although no obvious change in recovery since July 10th, which contrasts to scheduled aviation, where there has been an acceleration in flights coming into the UK since that date.

The second chart shows that UK is lagging almost all other European countries in terms of recovery in business aviation since July 1st.

The third chart shows a view by airport – Biggin Hill and Oxford are doing best in London. In the rest of the UK Bristol and Liverpool there is positive flight growth.

Chart 1: relative recovery of business aviation and scheduled flight arrivals into UK (from outside UK), from May 1st through July 21st
Chart 1: relative recovery of business aviation and scheduled flight arrivals into UK (from outside UK), from May 1st through July 21st
Chart 2: UK among other global countries´ trends in business aviation flight volumes, from July 1st to July 21st 2020 vs same period 2019
Chart 2: UK among other global countries´ trends in business aviation flight volumes, from July 1st to July 21st 2020 vs same period 2019
Chart 3:  Airport View
Chart 3: Airport View

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Stephen Gosling – Chief Executive
Adams Aviation Supply Co Ltd
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