In the past year or so, we’ve started noticing an interesting trend in the civil aviation market, including the LSA and Ultralight aircraft models. As an effect of the pandemic, passengers’ trust in private air travel has significantly increased, as opposed to their trust in traditional passenger carriers. This tendency has been the most prominent in the United States and in Western Europe, as well as in the CEE region, notably, in Poland.
There’s a growing demand for a higher level of freedom in mobility — something that only private aircraft, such as the LSA and Ultralight models can offer. In the United States and Western Europe even small, regional airports are equipped to serve travellers arriving on private aircrafts, allowing these business flights to operate daily. The fact that passengers can easily travel from these airports to their meetings and back makes this type of transport a convenient choice. Henceforth, we’re expecting a worldwide boost in the popularity of civil aviation, further accelerated by the ongoing pandemic.
Given that more and more people seek private aircrafts as a form of everyday transportation, there’s increasing emphasis on factors such as the operational costs, consumption, and reliability of an aircraft. In this regard, Magnus Aircraft’s LSA and Ultralight models are widely considered to be among the best in the global aeronautics field. They are characterized by record-low operational costs — both when it comes to consumption and maintenance — thanks to their composite carbon-fiber airframes and high-quality, extremely reliable components.