Charter & Fractional
News and issues concerning the aviation charter and fractional-ownership industries and markets, including company announcements, regulations, new developments and labor issues.
Bombardier Flexjet announced its selection as fractional provider to the National Aeronautic and Space Administration (NASA) at a press conference yesterda
Dassault Aviation’s unwillingness to develop a new light business jet to replace the Falcon 10 and 20 models is starting to cost it business.
Jet air charter costs for business travelers declined markedly over the past year, according to a survey conducted by CharterAuction.com of Quincy, Mass.,
Flight Options announced yesterday that it is adding the Cessna Citation X to its current stable of 10 aircraft models, with the first five aircraft becomi
ARG/US is publicly disputing claims made at the NATA Air Charter Summit held last week in Chantilly, Va., by the Air Charter Safety Foundation about its ne
Recent enforcement actions against charter brokers using “unfair or deceptive” business practices have come under scrutiny, and some organizations are now
When TAG Aviation took over Aeroleasing in Switzerland and Aviation Methods in California, and finally Wayfarer Aviation on the East Coast, all in 1998 and
Jet Aviation’s main strength is in Europe, where 11 major facilities generate 60 percent of its income, and the U.S., with four major facilities and 18 sup
Founded in 1976 as the air arm of the Latsis shipping group, PrivatAir until recently catered exclusively to the top end of the executive charter market wi
British executive charter operator Multiflight was due to take delivery of a green Boeing Business Jet 2 on September 27 at the airframer’s Seattle headqua