Charter & Fractional
News and issues concerning the aviation charter and fractional-ownership industries and markets, including company announcements, regulations, new developments and labor issues.
As fractional ownership programs grew in size, complexity and number, considerable controversy within the aviation community arose as to their appropriate
At first glance, the fractional industry, like the alien menace in a sci-fi thriller, appears to be morphing into a menagerie of hybrids.
The concept of fractional ownership in the transportation industry is nearly half a millennium old.
Executive Jet Aviation owner and CEO Richard Santulli brought the fractional-ownership concept to the business aviation community in the mid-1980s.
According to Aviation Research Group/US (ARG/US) of Cincinnati, the great majority of fractional aircraft share owners are satisfied with their program and
UK charter operator London Executive Aviation (LEA) has opened a new base at Farnborough Airport, locating one of its two Cessna Citation Bravos there.
Per-seat, on-demand charter operator DayJet has added two primary “DayPort” and 14 secondary “DayStop” destinations to its network.
Air-taxi firm Linear Air in late June launched Eclipse 500 service in the greater New York City area.