Charter & Fractional
News and issues concerning the aviation charter and fractional-ownership industries and markets, including company announcements, regulations, new developments and labor issues.
It’s been 21 years since Richard Santulli opened the doors of NetJets, having figured out a way to lower the barriers to entry to business aviation by sell
Cirrus SR-22 and soon-to-be Eclipse 500 charter operator ImagineAir, based at Gwinnett County Airport/ Briscoe Field in Georgia, announced the signing of a
Pogo Jet clarified plans to launch a charter service using Eclipse 500 very light jets in a registration statement for an initial public offering (IPO) sub
AMI Jet Charter CEO Charles McLaren confirmed to <b>AIN</b> that TAG Holdings might be interested in selling some of its stake in the charter company.
Benjamin Murray has a vision for the future of Executive Jet Management (Booth No.
NetJets Europe is building carbon-offsetting costs into its fractional ownership prices in a bid to become a carbon-neutral operation by 2012.
PlaneSense is the world’s largest operator of PC-12s and, according to its president and CEO, George Antoniadis, it intends to hold the same ranking among
Flight Options pilots are only marginally closer to having a negotiated contract nearly a year-and-a-half after voting in a union.
Charter operator XOJet of San Carlos, Calif., announced with Cessna on Monday that it had ordered 30 Citation Xs worth $600 million.
Italian aircraft manufacturer Piaggio Aero (Booth No.