European traffic continues to slide

European business traffic continues to fall YoY, according to the latest edition of the Business Aviation Monitor produced by specialist analyst WINGX Advance. September saw 80,113 business aviation departures in Europe, which represents a fall of 2% YoY. The figures were even worse overall for bizjet traffic, with flight numbers falling by 2.3%; large cabin flights fell by 1%, while light and midsize aircraft departures dropped by some 3%. In terms of specific markets, Germany and Spain both posted substantial falls of 6% YoY.
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