Charter & Fractional
News and issues concerning the aviation charter and fractional-ownership industries and markets, including company announcements, regulations, new developments and labor issues.
Elit’Avia holds air operator certificates (AOCs) in EU member states Slovenia and Malta, and has an office in Atlanta.
PlaneSense has been authorized to fly into seven Cuban airports, including those in the country’s two largest cities—Santiago and Havana.
Austria-based Globe Air is trying to decide between stick with Cessna's smallest Citations for its light jet fleet, or switching to Embraer's Phenom 100.
Its dedicated fleet will be available to U.S.-based Flexjet owners for point-to-point private jet travel within Europe or to the Middle East or Africa.
"Industry-wide decline in demand” and acquisition of Tri-State Care Flight last year cited as contributors to lower earnings.
Half of its new business last year came from customers who previously patronized another fractional provider.
Service costs $2,100 per seat one-way, including taxes, according to company founding partner Justin Firestone.
The all-you-can-fly charter provider will soon offer flights to San Diego's Montgomery-Gibbs Executive Airport.
Auditing firms want to clarify the difference between audited charter operators and those for which they provide information only.
Any sale of the company would be expected to produce a price substantially above its $1.4 billion market capitalization.