Is Private Aviation Lifting Off or on Cruise Control?

All eyes have been on the rebound of commercial aviation, but ever since travel opened back up in spring 2020, private aviation has been the market to lift off. And it makes sense, as commercial air travel keeps facing unexpected ups and downs in demand with the spread of the Delta variant. The TSA, for example, saw its lowest number of travelers since May of this year. How will the private aviation industry fill some gaps that commercial airliners just can’t address yet?

We spoke to Co-founder of Tradewind Aviation, David Zipkin, on private aviation trend predictions​, and tracking his journey as an entrepreneur launching a US aviation company after September 11th 2001, and seeing it through and beyond COVID-19​.

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