New Flight Charters reports YoY increases in charter activity, demand

New Flight Charters has announced an 8.4% year-over-year increase in number of charters for 2016, the company said.

New Flight Charters´ growth in 2016 saw charter demand generally moving from turboprop charters to jet charters, and an overall movement from smaller to larger aircraft. The demand for turboprop charters decreased 19.1%, while the demand for jet charters overall increased 21.4%. The number of light jet charters grew 12.7%, midsize jet charters leaped 37.4%, and the demand for large cabin jets climbed 21.4%.

January 2017 charters continue the trend, with a decline in turboprop demand, offset by a rise in jet charter demand overall, particularly in the light jet and large cabin jet categories.

The company, while seeing growth in charters nationwide, attributes additional results to its specific initiatives in the Colorado and Jackson Hole, Wyoming areas.

Jackson Hole Jet Charter is the company´s local resource for private charter information and flying to and from Jackson Hole and the northern Rockies. Featured are Jackson Hole specials, regional empty legs, and a regional charter aircraft listing with access to aircraft transient at Jackson Hole Airport.

Launched in 2016, Jet Charter Colorado is the only resource with all 104 charter aircraft based in the state from 34 FAA certified operators, along with one-way pricing aircraft available to and from Colorado. Featured are all local and regional charter aircraft, discount empty legs to and from Colorado, and the company´s Best Price Guarantee for every charter.

New Flight Charters arranges private domestic and international flights with top-rated operator aircraft along with its Best Price Guarantee, top aircraft availability, industry empty legs list, and a perfect safety history. The jet charter company handles 1,400 flights annually nationwide and serves a wide variety of clientele.