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The 7 Challenges Facing Business Aviation in 2022
2020 was a year to forget. 2021 was marginally better: business aviation has recovered much quicker than expected. However, global markets remain volatile and Brexit caused confusion and transitional problems.
When speaking to our clients and colleagues across the world we found that there were a set of common threads that came through all our conversations. The team at Martyn Fiddler Aviation thought it appropriate to share these insights.
Questions to be answered include:
- Will recovery continue?
- Can business aviation remain focused on sustainability?
- Will technology assist aviation to reduce its carbon heavy reputation?
- Is it possible for the industry to steer itself away from the perception as a luxury asset?
- How will technology impact the future of business aviation?
We hope you can use these takeaways when putting together your plan for 2022.
For a full insight into the challenges outlined below, and to understand how they could affect you in 2022, please download our eBook ‘The 7 challenges facing business aviation in 2022’.
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If you have any doubts or would like to discuss any aspect of this article, please do not hesitate to contact one of our experts who will be happy to discuss your individual circumstance.