Charter & Fractional
News and issues concerning the aviation charter and fractional-ownership industries and markets, including company announcements, regulations, new developments and labor issues.
The fate of per-seat, on-demand air-taxi firm DayJet is up in the air, and its aircraft are not.
Lehman Brothers’ bankruptcy filing will have no impact on XOJet’s international expansion plans, according to the San Carlos, Calif.-based charter operator
Although the recent economic downturn has led to a drop in charter activity among legitimate business travelers, the head of the U.S.
British air-taxi operator startup FlairJet yesterday announced plans to enter service next May with a pair of Embraer Phenom 100s.
While the composite structure, electrical harness and sub-assembly installation for Bombardier’s new Learjet 85 will be done at its Querétaro facility in M
Noting that “every ounce counts,” Tapis is promoting its Ultraleather as a fuel saver.
Texas Aviation Services has been awarded a fourth contract from the police department of Tampa, Fla., to modify one of the city’s new law enforcement helic
The Scottish firm of Andrew Muirhead & Son is introducing a luxury leather called Arisaig, named after a section of Scotland’s west coast renowned for
According to Jeff Zacharius, president of Savannah Air Center, the new 101,000-sq-ft completion hangar that opened in February is already at near capacity
The charter industry has seen a flurry of acquisitions and mergers in the past year, and by all accounts the activity will continue.