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Number of Europe-registered private jets increases to 2,444

 

 

Analysis from Colibri Aircraft, the private jet broker which specialises in the marketing, resale and purchase of pre-owned private aircraft, reveals there are around 2,444 pre-owned private jets registered in Western Europe. There were 2,414 in 2020 and 2,344 in 2019.

Germany has the largest fleet of registered private jets with 485, and this is followed by the UK (including the Isle of Man, Guernsey and Jersey) with 453 (157, 241, 54 and 1 respectively), Austria (222), Malta (214) and France (169).

European countries with the largest fleet of registered private jets Number of registered private jets
   
Germany 485
UK (including Isle of Man, Guernsey and Jersey) 453 (157, 241, 54 and 1 respectively)
Austria 222
Malta 214
France 169
Portugal 128
Switzerland 99
Italy 74
Spain 72
Czech Republic 66
Luxembourg 65

Between 2019 and 2021, Germany saw the biggest increase in registered private jets during this period (a rise of 36), followed by Malta (30) and Guernsey (18).

The Isle of Man, UK and France saw the biggest decline in the number of registered private jets between 2019 and 2021 - falls of 33, 22 and 10 respectively.

European countries that saw the biggest increase in the number of private jets registrations between 2019 and 2021 Increase in the number of private jet registrations
   
Germany 36
Malta 30
Guernsey 18
Netherlands 11
Switzerland 11
Belgium 10
Hungary 9
Austria 8
Poland 7
Estonia 5

 

European countries that saw the biggest decrease in the number of private jets registrations between 2019 and 2021 Fall in the number of private jet registrations
   
Isle of Man 33
UK 22
France 10
Portugal 6
Luxembourg 5
Italy 4
Sweden 3
Ireland 1
Denmark 1
Montenegro 1
Latvia 1
Lithuania 1

Oliver Stone, Managing Director, Colibri Aircraft said: “The private jet market has held up extremely well during the Coronavirus crisis. Given well documented troubles in the commercial aviation sector with flights being cancelled for example, and with nearly 700 the fewer touch points flying privately, existing owners of aircraft are keeping hold of them, and the market has seen new companies and people looking to buy their first jets.”

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BlueSky Business Aviation News | 18th November 2021 | Issue #630

 

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