Increased Private Jet Activity for 4th Quarter 2010 Reported by New Flight Charters

Growth in Demand for Private Jets -- Charters Increase Over 2009

JACKSON HOLE, WY--(Marketwire - January 11, 2011) - U.S. Private jet charter industry leader New Flight Charters reports a 15.4% client spending increase in private air charters for the 4th Quarter 2010, over the comparable quarter 2009. 

While New Flight Charters handled 232 flights during the quarter for a 5% increase, more revealing is the average charter booking amount increased 21.2% year-over-year to $17,630. Thus overall private jet flight consumers in late 2010 were chartering higher-end aircraft, longer flights, or both. 

More private fliers are chartering jets. During 4th Quarter 2010, jet aircraft comprised 77% of all private charters booked through the company, up from 70% in 2009. The remaining charters were mostly turboprop aircraft. Light jet activity increased the most, up 31% year-over-year. The most popular light jets during the quarter were the Citation V/Ultra, Learjet 31 and the Citation CJ series.

"The take-away from the quarter is that private fliers overall have begun flying more and moving up in aircraft. Many are moving into jets from the more economical turboprops," said Rick Colson, New Flight Charters president. Colson also states the company's service level and leading operator, aircraft and pricing availabilities contributed to the increases.

About New Flight Charters
Since 2003 the aviation experts at New Flight Charters have arranged the leading values in private jet charter. Under its Best Price Guarantee for every flight, the company charters arguably the largest selection of top-rated quality operator aircraft. New Flight Charters has experienced record growth and was named to the Inc. 5000 in 2009 and 2010, as the fastest growing U.S. air charter service over the past five years. 

Flights arranged by New Flight Charters have a perfect safety history. Not restricted to any certain fleet, clients fly with the top-rated DOT-registered and FAA-certified FAR Part-135 direct air carriers nationwide or foreign equivalent. The company recently published Five Questions For Your Air Charter Service, to help private fliers lower their personal and financial risk, and ensure a quality and reputable organization is handling their private charter flight. It is available online at Quality Jet Charter Operators and Brokers.

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