According to recent studies, private jets in emerging, young markets (such as the Middle East, Russia, Africa and Asia) are less than 7 years old, and the majority are heavy private jets, unlike Europe and the United States.
In new markets, more than 60% of business jets were produced after 2006, while in Europe the share of such aircraft is just over 50%. An exception is Latin America, where a significant number of light private jets are operated, as the majority of flights are domestic.
The number of business jets of Russian owners is estimated at about 500 jets. Among the trends of recent years, it should be noted that 2/3 of the business jets purchased by Russian clients are new aircraft. This is about 20-25 private jets per year.