JetAds pioneers executive jet advertising

JetAds has captured an exclusive demographic: C-level executives, entrepreneurs, entertainers and heads of state who utilize private and business aircraft.

If you want to communicate directly with this audience, look no further than JetAds.

Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) projects general aviation will increase from 234,015 aircraft in 2008 to 275,230 in 2025 with growth of 1% a year.

FAA forecasts general aviation hours flown to increase from 27 million to 37 million in 2025.

FAA forecasts general aviation operations to grow at a rate of 1% each year totaling 34 million in 2025.

General Aviation Manufacturers Association reported that business jet sales surged almost 30% in 2008.

Heavy jets (12,500 lbs gross) are gaining in popularity driven by the desire of fliers to travel further without refueling and with the advent of fractional ownership which has brought down the cost of aircraft ownership and brought more buyers to the market.

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~ by LeRoy Young on December 28, 2009.

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