Charter & Fractional
News and issues concerning the aviation charter and fractional-ownership industries and markets, including company announcements, regulations, new developments and labor issues.
Switzerland’s VistaJet (Booth No.
Switzerland’s VistaJet today launched its so-called Flight Solutions Program, on which it hopes to pin much of its planned expansion into the Asia-Pacific
XOJet, the San Carlos, Calif.-based on-demand charter company with a fleet of Cessna Citation Xs, said today at EBACE that it has secured $2.46 billion in
After an arduous trip through the federal bureaucratic processes, the FAA published its notice of proposed rulemaking (NPRM) for FAR Part 91 Subpart K last
Skylliance, the charter jet program of Jet Aviation, announced here that it will add JetNetherlands and Elite Jets of Dubai, effective June 1.
The demise of Avolar before it really got started is not an omen for the fractional aircraft provider industry.
One of Flight Options’ claimed advantages over the competition is what it calls “dedicated crewing,” a dispatch system under which captains are assigned a
Flight Options pilots work eight days on, seven days off, a schedule that for the most part is popular with crews.
Flight Options’ foundation since its launch in October 1998 has been the tenet that a fractional share in a pre-owned jet makes better financial sense than
“The ShAirForceOne program will deliver the ultimate corporate flight experience with respect to safety, security, comfort and productivity,” Art Brown, pr