What will be the business after coronavirus?

Business after Covid-19

What will be the aviation business after coronavirus? Charter flights and business aviation planes as a travel solution.

With a slowdown in the spread of coronavirus, more and more questions are being asked:

According to forecasts, the world after the epidemic will not be the same. It woun’t be open for free movement. The quarantine “spot” on the map will slowly move around the World, opening some countries, closing the others.

In this case, flexibility and immediate reaction to changing working conditions and adaptation to them will be essential for running a business.

Collaboration with aviation brokers

Collaboration with aviation brokers, offering private jet rentals will be important. Independence of the schedule will add confidence in departing for a meeting or sending employees to perform important work abroad.

A private jet awaiting its customers can fly at any time. This is especially important in a situation like it was a month ago. When countries began, one after another, slamming their borders into quarantine.

Private carriers are adapting to new conditions. Aircraft cabins are disinfected, staff and crew work in medical masks and gloves.

Aircraft rental is the most hygienic mode of transport

A business jet is the most hygienic way to travel. First of all: viruses are transmitted by airborne droplets. Frequent trips are also associated with more frequent contact with sources of potential infection. Renting a private jet significantly reduces this contact, because only people specified by the client fly on a rented airplane. And formalities at the airport take place in a more intimate departure room.

Until recently, renting an airplane was considered a luxury. Few could afford it, preferring to buy tickets for scheduled airplanes. The experience of recent weeks has shown that thrifty pays twice.

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