Charter & Fractional
News and issues concerning the aviation charter and fractional-ownership industries and markets, including company announcements, regulations, new developments and labor issues.
When the FAA pulled the trigger on AMI Jet Charter and TAG Aviation USA last month, a silence settled over the land that was almost reminiscent of the empt
Gulfstream has penned a letter of intent with Safe Flight Instrument for the supply of the latter company’s Enhanced AutoPower automatic throttle system as
Air China Business Jet will launch its planned charter service with a Gulfstream IV, the first large-cabin Gulfstream to be based in China.
As a group, the four largest fractional operators reported pilot hiring activity significantly off from what it was a year ago, according to AIR Inc., the
Montreal-based Innotech-Execaire has been authorized by Delta Air Lines’ business jet charter operation, Delta AirElite, to be its first Canadian affiliate
“A troubling trend has developed that threatens to harm business aviation in unimaginable ways–complacency,” claims Aviation Security International.
During a meeting last month with French aviation officials, the National Air Transportation Association reiterated its position that regardless of how Fran
Bill Boisture, who resigned suddenly in April as president of Gulfstream Aerospace, has been on the job for the last 30 days as president of NetJets.
<b>AIN</b> has surveyed charter operators throughout the U.S.
On October 3, per-seat, on-demand air-taxi firm DayJet marked its official grand opening in a ceremony at the Tallahassee (Fla.) Regional Airport.