Charter & Fractional
News and issues concerning the aviation charter and fractional-ownership industries and markets, including company announcements, regulations, new developments and labor issues.
On Friday, National Air Transportation Association (NATA) president James Coyne criticized the FAA for issuing another emergency suspension order for a Par
Charter provider ExcelAire has added another Embraer Legacy 600, bringing to three the Long Island, N.Y.-based company’s fleet of the Brazilian-built jets
The recent launch of Sentient Flight Group’s Privatejets.com and Virgin Charter introduced a new element to the charter industry: the ability to book
The Cirrus SR22 has been the world’s best selling single-engine aircraft for five years, with more than 3,000 sold to date.
Swift Aviation Group first made headlines eight years ago, following an announcement by Embraer that the Phoenix-based charter operator, sales and maintena
Bombardier’s <strong>Skyjet International</strong> executive aircraft charter program will be in safe hands with proposed new Swiss owner <strong>VistaJet<
Charter aircraft operators seem to be weathering the double whammy of a recession and increased aviation security measures with reasonable success, with re
Since mid-September, a French operator has been flying the first Embraer ERJ-135 dedicated to charter in Europe.
JetLimited, the new fractional aircraft ownership program from Rifton Aviation, believes it sets itself apart from other regional and national frax program
Ohio-based Flight Options on Friday closed its maintenance facility at Cleveland Cuyahoga Airport and dismissed about 200 employees, 68 of whom were pilots