Charter and Fractional
News and issues concerning the aviation charter and fractional-ownership industries and markets, including company announcements, regulations, new developments and labor issues.
Insurance product covers air charter revenue losses stemming from unscheduled maintenance and cancelled flights.
Surf Air is expanding service to Carlsbad, Calif., beginning November 18 and Oakland, Calif., beginning December 15.
Services now include worldwide-brokered helicopter and jet flights, as well as helicopter fleet management.
This follows record growth in both June and July, “with September on track for similar activity.”
The world’s largest private aviation carrier received its AOC from China’s civil aviation authority.
Revenue rose by 23 percent, “reflecting stronger charter demand and growth in the company’s aircraft management revenues.”
Air charter demand in Europe and North America is set to soften, but overall levels of demand are ahead of this time last year.
CEOs in region predominantly use corporate jets for business travel, but they are also starting to fly them more for leisure purposes.
Wyvern brokers are committed to having a safety program as part of their organization.