Charter & Fractional
News and issues concerning the aviation charter and fractional-ownership industries and markets, including company announcements, regulations, new developments and labor issues.
The “affordable jet” has become synonymous with the flying car.
Despite one aircraft manufacturer’s claims, “very light jets are only evolutionary, not revolutionary,” noted Arie-Willem Van Doome, COO of Netherlands-bas
NetJets Europe is targeting fast-expanding Russian businesses for its fractional-ownership program.
Executive charter and corporate aircraft operators have complained that they have been unable to get slots at London Northolt Airport since NetJets started
With the addition of two more business aircraft in shuttle configuration to provide nonstop service between Germany and the U.S., Swiss aviation services g
CharterAuction.com is claiming that “many [fractional] customers who were sold [shares] five years ago on the basis of a 90-percent aircraft resale value a
Since its launch two months ago, CharterAuction.com said its block-charter auction program has offered 50-percent or greater savings over competing fractio
Indigo chairman and CEO Peter Pappas made it clear last month that actions by New Jersey Gov.
Indigo originally launched its “regular and frequent” business aircraft service between Chicago Midway Airport and Teterboro Airport in New Jersey with a F
Conceding that the seniority system put in place late last year following the merger of fractional aircraft ownership companies Travel Air and Flight Optio