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The post-2008 landscape put a damper on jet-share enthusiasm, but the flip side of the cautious rebound means that companies that may have sprung for planes are looking to share instead.

Many of the world’s wealthiest people were forced to sell their private jets during the financial crisis as they tightened their belts and avoided flaunting their riches.

Fractional ownership schemes – which work for aircraft in much the same was as they do for timeshare property – were also hit as the wealthy shied away from buying stakes in private jets.


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