JUMPJET: DOWN BUT NOT OUT!
The current state of international aviation and associated industries is substantially damaged. In some countries the fight back has achieved some of the existing markets. We push on to re-develop a worthy industry…
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Visit: Head Office in Lower Hutt, NZ
The Home page contains planing information in relation to the Jumpjet Business Model and future operations of the airline. Covers the work of Company Consultants and interested parties.
The Portfolio adds tourist venues to visit at your destinations assuming most have survived the onslaught of business shutdowns. Featured attractions also appear on the Home page.
Want to make a comment, approach, inquiry or complaint then here is the place to submit to Head Office. The office is always pleased to receive some encouragement for the benefit of advancing the cause!
The magnitude of industry collapse…
Globally the aviation industry employs 65 million employees and this has crumbled to about 2 million in 2020.
Industry Revenue – $2.7 Trillion Yearly…
In 2019 the global airline industry earnt $USD 2.7 Trillion dollars for the majority of international economies with promoted markets. In the 2020 year airline Debt levels will reach an estimated $USD 550 Billion due to the numbers of aircraft in Storage reaching 64% or some 17,000 aircraft parked at airports or in desserts.
The number of airline aircraft in 2019 was 25,000 – Plummeting to 7,000 in 2020…
The impact on the 4,000 Airports used has been a sudden downturn causing widespread job losses as airports reduce staff to match 1,400 airlines moving to suspend passenger operations due to uneconomic load factors.
In the Pipeline Attractions…
Doors are open for some hot deals Across the Ditch when our Borders are open for business!
“The current status of the regional Trans-Tasman market is virtually non-existent due to border closures or requirements for airlines to operate with reduced load factors which would bankrupt airline companies so we all push on assuming that common sense will eventually prevail.”
“The economic impact of aviation industry shut-down will have a profound effect on Australian and New Zealand economies with unemployment projections reaching levels not seen before in this century due to the widespread bankruptcy of companies.”