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Strong July Bolsters Business Aviation Traffic Figures in Europe

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Strong July Bolsters Business Aviation Traffic Figures in Europe - Business aviation publisher
Tatjana Obrazcova
Aircraft: Airplanes

European business aviation traffic figures continued to climb in July, with 5.7% growth compared to a year earlier, and furthering a positive trend that began in late 2016.
“We are pleased to report that business aviation movements in Europe in July once again demonstrated robust year-on-year growth, continuing the sector’s uninterrupted rise in traffic figures for the ninth month running,” says Brandon Mitchener, EBAA CEO, citing data provided by Eurocontrol. “This is the strongest growth in 10 years for the month of July,” he adds.
The Eurocontrol traffic figures cover departures, arrivals, internals and overflights (DAIO) in the Single European Sky area.

See the July 2017 Business Aviation Traffic Tracker Europe.

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