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Why the business of private jets has taken off in the pandemic

Why the business of private jets has taken off in the pandemic
Why the business of private jets has taken off in the pandemic
Over the past four months, with commercial aviation being down, the demand for chartered flights has soared.

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Private jets have become the preferred mode of travel now, something which is being used for utility rather than as a luxury.

With commercial aviation bearing the brunt of the coronavirus lockdown, chartered flights may offer the industry a lifeline..Few sectors have been as battered and bruised by the coronavirus pandemic as the aviation industry. However, with businesses starting to open up once again, industry experts believe that a revival of fortunes may not be too far away.Over the past four months, with commercial aviation being down, the demand for chartered
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