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 break up of Sentient’s jet-card and charter divisions announced on August 13 was finalized over the weekend, according to the two companies involved in
VistaJet has embarked on an ambitious growth plan that could see it operating a fleet of almost 100 business jets by 2012.
CharterX subsidiary Wyvern Consulting has launched WeFlySafe.com, an online resource for those who fly on chartered aircraft.
Valencia, Spain-based Wondair on Demand Aviation has launched a fractional ownership, jet card and corporate shuttle program.
A new jet ownership and charter business called JetSuite is preparing to take delivery of its first Phenom 100 next April and has unveiled details about it
Germany’s DC Aviation, in a bid to become Europe’s largest operator of private jets, last month took delivery of a new Gulfstream G450, bringing its fleet
Carlsbad, Calif.-based Spectrum Aeronautical announced another fleet order for its in-development S.33 Independence very light jet and S.40 Freedom light j
Flight Options and the International Brotherhood of Teamsters Local 1108, the union representing the pilot group, have announced “an unprecedented expressi
San Carlos, Calif.-based XOJet is offering fixed-price rates starting at $25,000 for one-way transcontinental flights.
The day before Sentient Jet Holdings chairman and CEO Gregory Campbell announced a restructuring of the company into two distinct entities, one of which wi