Charter & Fractional
News and issues concerning the aviation charter and fractional-ownership industries and markets, including company announcements, regulations, new developments and labor issues.
Undoubtedly, it is still too early to gauge all the effects the September 11 terrorist attacks will have on any segment of aviation.
What began as a concept that met with outright skepticism and indeed some hostility by the established aviation industry has blossomed into a viable branch
As Albuquerque, N.M.-based Eclipse prepares to fly a Pratt & Whitney Canada PW610-powered Eclipse 500 later this year, company founder and CEO Vern Raburn
AeroShares, a new company based at St.
Piaggio Aero Industries, which emerged from bankruptcy five years ago and has gradually stopped bleeding red ink, last month received a record order valued
NetJets aircraft will fly 300,000 occupied hours this year, chairman and CEO Richard Santulli told reporters during ceremonies in Columbus, Ohio, to announ
Users of business-aircraft charter who prefer to purchase travel in advance now have another option that the service’s provider claims is different from ot
Too few business aircraft are based in the United Arab Emirates (UAE) and other Arabian Gulf states to meet rising demand for executive charter flights, ac
London Executive Aviation (LEA) introduced the first Cessna Citation Excel in the UK charter market last month.
Pilot hiring by the four major fractional aircraft ownership operators is far ahead of last year’s, according to figures compiled by AIR.