Charter & Fractional
News and issues concerning the aviation charter and fractional-ownership industries and markets, including company announcements, regulations, new developments and labor issues.
Airline delays and cancelations cost travelers billions, while business aviation can save executives several hours each flight, KlasJet chief says.
Software improvements include live feeds to operator scheduling systems.
A fleet of Bell 407s will whisk travelers from Manhattan's three heliports to New York area airports in as little as six minutes.
Starting with a King Air, Take Air will begin operations between Antwerp and Zurich on March 30 with a membership-based model.
The Chino, Calif., charter provider operates 10 jets and most of its trips serve charter broker Sentient Jet.
company is planning to launch inaugural service with scheduled flights on midsize business jets between New York, Boston, Hamptons and Nantucket.
More than 53 percent of NetJets' European customer base comes from the London finance sector, making the London City approvals essential.
Travelers can book charter flights commission-free at website.
At the NBAA Schedulers & Dispatchers conference, the Air Charter Association of North America held a meeting on broker best practices.
The charter broker and aircraft sales and leasing company has offices in Asia, Europe and the U.S.