Global business aviation activity through end of May was about half of the normal levels from a year ago, but continues to show more resilience in this Covid-19 recovery period than airline traffic, which is still 85 percent below normal levels, according to data released by WingX Advance. According to the data firm, North America is seeing the strongest recovery (mostly from Florida, Arizona and Texas airports), with business aviation activity now recovered to 48 percent of previous-year levels. Traffic in Europe is still depressed by more than 60 percent year-over-year; Asia, down 53 percent; Africa, down more than 50 percent; South America, down 34 percent; and Oceana, down 28 percent. In Europe, the busiest airports in May are Paris Le Bourget, Zurich, and Geneva. In the rest of the world, the busiest are São Paolo and Hong Kong.
(photo Dassault Aviation)