Charter & Fractional
News and issues concerning the aviation charter and fractional-ownership industries and markets, including company announcements, regulations, new developments and labor issues.
London Biggin Hill Airport-based charter firm PlaneChartering, owner of the loss-making Club328 brand, disbanded its Fairchild Dornier 328Jet and Hawker Be
Manchester, N.H.-based Alpha Flying last month announced a new pilot schedule: seven days on, seven days off.
Charter company XOJet announced January 31 that it achieved record revenue and customer growth last year.
Sentient Flight Group completed on January 31 the acquisition of TAG Aviation USA from Switzerland-based TAG Aviation Holding, a deal announced in October,
Charter broker Alerion announced February 5 that it is partnering with Aviation Facilities Security Group (AFSG) to provide private aviation travelers with
Aviation Research Group U.S.
Pilots often wonder what happens if they sign a contract to repay training costs when accepting a flying job that involves expensive simulator training but
As more very light jets are delivered, a clearer picture emerges of how VLJ air-taxi firms throughout the world will operate these new small jets.
This month marks the two-year anniversary of a pilot union on the property at Cleveland-based fractional provider Flight Options, but there won’t be any ce
Very light jet (VLJ) charter operations are on the rise in Europe with the service entry of the first Cessna Citation Mustangs.