JETNET iQ Wraps Summit, Looks Ahead to NBAA-BACE

Serious networking was among the most prized facets of the event.

With presentations and panel appearances from industry luminaries like NBAA’s Ed Bolen, GAMA’s Pete Bunce, NARA’s Brian Proctor, and NAFA’s Ford von Weise, among many others, attendees to the 2017 JETNET iQ Summit in New York City were treated to one of aviation’s most concentrated discussions of the current market and future direction of aviation. Serious networking was among the most prized facets of the event. JETNET iQ leaders also presented their prescient survey results and aircraft market predictions, giving attendees an insightful review of the state of business aviation today and forecast for the next ten years. More information is available at JETNETiQ.com.

The company’s popular JETNET iQ (Independent, Quarterly) research team conducts a detailed and insightful survey each quarter with 500 business aircraft owners and operators around the globe. By the close of 2017, almost 14,000 responses will have been collected since surveys began in 2011—likely the most comprehensive on-going study of business aircraft owner/operator behavior and sentiment ever conducted. The surveys include questions on market sentiment, aircraft purchase and selling intentions, aircraft/engine/FBO brand quality and awareness, flight utilization patterns, and expectations for the next 12-24 months, amongst many other factors.

Their next stop: NBAA-BACE 2017.

Once again, members of the JETNET iQ team will host their annual JETNET iQ State of the Market Briefing press conference highlighting the latest results from their business aviation forecast surveys. The press conference will be held in Press Room N116 at the National Business Aviation Association Business Aviation Convention &…

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