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WINGX in the press

3 Jul 2020
WINGX: VIRUS OUTBREAKS STUTTER FLIGHT RECOVERY TRENDS
Data provider company WINGX has released the below ‘Global Market Tracker’, keeping aviation professionals up to date with current Business Aviation trends.
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29 Jun 2020
Gogo Business Aviation says private jet recovery approaching 90% mark
The internet provider’s data correlates with updates from both Argus and Wingx both showing a strong recovery for business aviation.
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28 Jun 2020
WINGX provide key note market analysis to support Citi Research Quarterly Survey of Business Aviation Sector
Citi Research - Aerospace & Defense North America
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24 Jun 2020
Haves and have-nots in the new age of air travel
According to Wingx, an aviation intelligence company, business jet flights jumped to 18,900 a week in the first three weeks of May, from just 12,600 weekly in April. While the numbers are still far short of normal (last year’s weekly average was 50,100), the turnround is striking. By comparison, scheduled services were still falling in the first three weeks of May, down to 71,000 from 81,500 weekly in April and 500,100 a week in January.
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22 Jun 2020
EUROPEAN BUSINESS AVIATION TRAFFIC TRACKER – COVID-19 EDITION (MAY 2020)
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18 Jun 2020
North America leads the recovery in business aviation: WingX
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18 Jun 2020
Richard Koe with an interview for BlueSky Business Aviation News
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18 Jun 2020
WingX featured on Ultimate Jet Magazine
Richard Koe with a guest article for Ultimate Jet Magazine. Titled 'Business Aviation may prove resilient in face of pandemic' it can be found on pp. 40-45
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16 Jun 2020
European business aviation recovery stunted by UK quarantine rules
European business aviation recovery has been hampered by the UK government’s new quarantine rules for those entering the country. The 14 day quarantine for all new arrivals has stopped British business aviation’s recovery dead in its tracks, but its impact is being felt across Europe, said WINGX MD and co-founder, Richard Koe.
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