Charter & Fractional
News and issues concerning the aviation charter and fractional-ownership industries and markets, including company announcements, regulations, new developments and labor issues.
Embraer announced at the NBAA Convention last month that fractional provider NetJets signed an agreement to purchase 50 Phenom 300 light jets and has an op
Argus has partnered with JetVizor to allow users of the latter company’s free online charter marketplace and global directory to view Argus ratings for c
The FAA has concluded that two Boston Air Charter pilots were in violation of the FARs when they took off in their respective Cessna Citations from Norwo
During a time when careful shoppers might be expected to make every effort to save money, the charter brokerage business has continued to grow, despite the
While the latest reports indicate a decline in the worldwide business jet charter market, certain parts of Southeast Asia are bucking the trend.
The Russian United Business Aviation Association is well aware of illegal charter flying in the country and is deeply concerned about it, according to the
At a time when they can ill afford to miss out on any available business, charter operators are doing a poor job of responding to flight requests, accordin
Illegal charter flights are increasingly common, according to operators and brokers who spoke to AIN, most of whom declined to go on the record with specif
Avinode also generated lists of the 10 most requested airports for passengers flying in Europe, the Middle East, North America and the rest of the world.
Price index data from online charter portal Avinode reinforces the impression reported by operators and brokers that the market has been making a slow and