Charter & Fractional
News and issues concerning the aviation charter and fractional-ownership industries and markets, including company announcements, regulations, new developments and labor issues.
Flight Options, the Cleveland-based fractional aircraft operator, plans to phase out its King Air fleet, <strong>AIN</strong> has learned.
Fractional operator Avantair, launched at the NBAA Convention in September as Skyline Aviation Services, has two sold-out Piaggio Avantis in service.
Indigo, which originally launched a “regular and frequent” business aircraft service with a Falcon 20 in February 2000, was scheduled to receive its first
Going from real estate to on-demand business jet charter seems a bit of a stretch.
At Taughannock Aviation, an FBO and charter operation tucked away in a corner of Tompkins County Airport near the bucolic, university dominated central New
French charter operator Unijet will further expand its Paris Le Bourget-based fleet next year when it takes delivery of a pair of Cessna Citation CJ2s.
Demand for executive aircraft charter continues to be softened by depressed trading activity in the financial community, which has previously been a core m
Orbit Communications, the third-largest provider of satellite TV, bought at auction the software and other assets of defunct FlightTime.com and its AirChar
A group of brokers have formed the Air Charter Professionals Association (ACPA) to define a set of standards and a code of ethics for their industry.