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.
Company recently signed agreements for five new aircraft that are entering the fleet through new Ownership Assist program.
The jet card pioneer has 4,000 jet cardholders and sold 32,000 charter hours last year.
Since its founding in 1994, the company has flown more than 16 million incident- and accident-free miles worldwide.
Returnjet plans lower fees for brokers and promises quicker flight searches.
Company expects to have 1,200 members for its closed charter fleet by year-end and some 2,500 by the end of next year.
EASA said the move would harmonize its regulations with ICAO and other major foreign aviation authorities.
Company said the Boeing BBJ Max and Airbus ACJneo are facing stiff competition from a bizliner version of the Bombardier CSeries.
Extensive audit included the provider’s safety management system, organization, standard operating procedures, training programs and flight operations.
Under original business model, Returnjet did not intend to open the online portal to charter brokers.
Guidelines are intended to stem Wi-Fi billing surprises to charter clients after the flight.