Charter & Fractional
News and issues concerning the aviation charter and fractional-ownership industries and markets, including company announcements, regulations, new developments and labor issues.
Here at the MEBA show, Royal Jet is expected to announce plans to further increase its fleet.
DayJet’s future is still uncertain and will be a “fundamentally different business” if operations resume, according to DayJet chairman Ed Iacobucci, one of
When you buy a seat on a commercial flight, the choice of airline can matter less than the departure and arrival times.
Over the past few years executive charter brokers complained that there were not enough suitable aircraft available in the Middle East to meet the spiralin
Some say that once you’ve tried business or private aviation you will never want to go back to the airlines.
Fractional aircraft provider Bombardier Flexjet has an innovative answer to the question of what to give to someone who already has everything–a jet card,
Against a backdrop of tumbling stock markets and the most serious banking crisis in a century, Jet Republic has launched what it bills as the most direct c
Petaluma, Calif.-based Sunset Aviation is now operating as a standalone subsidiary of JetDirect Aviation, which acquired the light jet and turboprop operat
Despite its name, Luxembourg-based Jetfly is a fractional ownership aircraft program that uses single-engine turboprops exclusively.
Charter broker Jet One Jets is seeking more than $60 million in compensatory and punitive damages from Halcyon Jet Holdings and brokerage firm Halcyon Jets