Charter & Fractional
News and issues concerning the aviation charter and fractional-ownership industries and markets, including company announcements, regulations, new developments and labor issues.
European low-cost air taxi pioneer Blink has taken delivery of three more Cessna Citation Mustangs.
European business aircraft charter operators and brokers face an unpredictable summer following a 25- to 30-percent downturn in bookings as a result of the
The FAA is proposing to require crew resource management (CRM) training for all Part 135 certificate holders’ pilots and flight attendants.
Charter operator Air Trek’s battle to reinstate its Part 135 certificate following an FAA attempt at revocation appears to be back on track.
Directional Capital, an investment firm led by Flight Options chairman and founder Kenn Ricci, private-equity firm Resilience Capital Partners and “key mem
Fractional provider NetJets and its pilots union–NJASAP, the NetJets Association of Shared Aircraft Pilots–have collaborated on a voluntary furlough-mitiga
A UK-based broker is seeking to capitalize on surplus capacity among Cessna Citation Mustang operators by offering a variety of fractional ownership and pe
Fractional aircraft providers have reshaped their marketing efforts to address the difficulty of trying to get customers to buy aircraft shares during a re
Kansas City, Mo.-based regional fractional provider Executive AirShare last month took delivery of its first Embraer Phenom 100.
Former American Airlines chief Robert Crandall’s plans to blanket the Northeast U.S.