Charter & Fractional
News and issues concerning the aviation charter and fractional-ownership industries and markets, including company announcements, regulations, new developments and labor issues.
The public charter service began flying a San Jose, Calif.-Bozeman, Mont. route on July 1.
Skyjet Max fleet are available for booking instantly since there are no wait times to obtain quotes and no need for jet owner approvals.
Its new West Coast facility will include a 6,300-sq-ft FBO terminal and offices, a 30,000-sq-ft hangar and a 3.5-acre ramp.
Model is also the first Citation Latitide for the fractional aircraft provider.
UK-based charter operators face the prospect of losing the cabotage rights that allow them to fly within European Union states.
JetCharterDenver.com promises the most comprehensive selection of aircraft available for charter throughout Colorado.
The San Juan, Puerto Rico-based company joins a growing list of charter operators to add Cuba to their approved Operations Specifications.
Many of the additions to the Jet Edge fleet have been Gulfstreams.
The charter provider has begun commercial operations in Ireland after its GainJet Ireland subsidiary received an air operator certificate.
The company now plans to add 10 more nonstop destinations from Pittsburgh, deployed in a metered sequence over the next two years.