The world is paying an average of $11,200 per year to fly on a private jet, according to new research by Bloomberg Intelligence.
The average cost of the top-grossing Boeing 787 Dreamliner, which is powered by a single-aisle engine, reached $30,917 in 2014, according data from Bloomberg Intelligence, and was up 20 percent from the year before.
The study found that the median monthly cost of private jet travel in the United States rose from $9,927 in 2014 to $14,979 in 2019, a 17 percent increase.
The data shows that the average annual cost of a private flight is $16,890 in the U.S. alone.
The report also found that American Airlines, which owns JetBlue, United Airlines and Delta, spent $8,039 per passenger in 2019 on private jets, up from $5,958 in 2019.