Charter & Fractional
News and issues concerning the aviation charter and fractional-ownership industries and markets, including company announcements, regulations, new developments and labor issues.
Charter/management firm TWC Aviation has moved into its new facility at Van Nuys Airport in southern California.
SwiftJet, an aspiring air taxi operator in Canada, has placed an order for five single-engine Diamond D-Jets, along with options for 10 more.
Air-taxi operators employing technically advanced aircraft (TAA) and very light jets (VLJs) are upbeat about their futures, even in the face of DayJet’s de
Fractional provider Executive AirShare (EAS) has acquired Fort Worth, Texas-based FSJet, which has an order for 14 Embraer Phenom 100s.
Charter broker Air Partner has reported strong growth in both sales and profits for its financial year that ended on July 31.
Blink is stepping up its low-cost European air-taxi network with the introduction of three more Cessna Citation Mustangs due to have entered the fleet arou
Leading executive charter brokers arguably offer the best overview of current market conditions because they deal with such a broad spread of operators fro
At face value, the marked decline in leading western European economies would seem to mean an inevitable dip in the fortunes of executive charter operators
Former airline executive David Siegel has eschewed big iron in favor of business jets, having been named president and CEO of California-based XOJet, a rap
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