Charter & Fractional
News and issues concerning the aviation charter and fractional-ownership industries and markets, including company announcements, regulations, new developments and labor issues.
For most people, private and commercial aviation are separate experiences and are seldom combined within the same itinerary.
Executive charter group Air Partner has received approval to build a 175,000-sq-ft business aviation enclave at London Biggin Hill Airport.
Paul Touw had barely finished high school when his entrepreneurial spirit started paying dividends.
Virgin Charter last month officially opened its online marketplace, which it bills as “the first-ever end-to-end solution for private air travel.” Accordin
French-based executive air charter operator THS has filed a lawsuit against NetJets Europe for “dissimulated labor.” THS alleges that NetJets has hired pil
Abu Dhabi-based executive charter operator Royal Jet plans to double the size of its fleet by 2013, which will mark the fast-growing operator’s 10th annive
The financial straits on Wall Street dashed start-up very light jet air-taxi Pogo Jet’s plans to start selling shares on the Nasdaq stock exchange last mon
NetJets Europe (NJE) is partnering with Ashish Chordia–CEO of Mumbai-based Shreyans, an importer of luxury goods–to market its fractional aircraft program
Piaggio Aero, the Italian maker of the sleek P.180 Avanti, is engaged in “some very positive” discussions that would create a fractional-ownership fleet of
The “Strong Union” leaders that helped form IBT Local 1108 to organize fractional pilots in 2004 resigned from the local last week in the wake of “a resurg