Want to know where business is flying higher or taking a dive? Check out the type of companies logging more or fewer hours flying corporate jets.
A new report by JSSI, a company that provides support and services for more than 1,800 corporate jets, gives insight into what types of companies have been flying business jets and where they're flying.
"What we're seeing is people are flying internationally more, going into new markets, developing markets. However the industry as a whole is still somewhat down, about 5 percent compared to 2012," said Neil Book, CEO of JSSI. "
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"It tells me people are being a little more judicious about how and when they fly. The guy who used to fly 600 hours a year is now flying 500 hours."