Charter & Fractional
News and issues concerning the aviation charter and fractional-ownership industries and markets, including company announcements, regulations, new developments and labor issues.
<b><i>by Charles Alcock</i></b>
Light jets are losing market share in Europe, falling from 32 percent of the continent’s charter market in 2008 to 26 perce
Middle East business aviation support group Nexus is relocating its main operations center to Saudi Arabia in response to violent political upheaval in Bah
The UK government signaled its intention yesterday to start taxing business-jet passengers in a process that would mirror the country’s existing airline pa
As the situation in Japan worsens following last week’s triple disaster of a 9.0 earthquake, a tsunami and the steadily deteriorating status of a major nuc
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Lufthansa Private Jets confirmed the relaunch of its partnership with NetJets Europe, following the closure of its Swiss Private Aviation subsidiary.
As they start to see growing demand, fractional aircraft providers are beginning to recall furloughed pilots to fill cockpit vacancies.
Demand for private and executive charter showed signs of strengthening from the outset this month, perhaps buoyed by increased bookings for flights to evac
NetJets, the Berkshire Hathaway-owned fractional-share operator, completed a purchase agreement late last night for up to 120 new Bombardier Global jets, a