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With two days of reporting to go, the month of June is clocking in with about 7,000 fewer charter hours (for the tails that we track) than in 2021. That represents a 5.1% decline YoY with a steeper decline in the most recent 7 day period.
We have crossed into the month of June, which puts us in position to look back on the full month of May. What our data is showing us, is that the average daily charter hours flown for May 2022 dropped almost 10% when compared with April 2022.
Today we look at the first two weeks worth of data for March. There is and has been a lot of dialog around Ukraine and in particular its impact / potential impact on Europe, and on the used aircraft market.