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 credit crisis on Wall Street scuttled start-up very light jet air-taxi Pogo Jet’s plans to start selling shares this week on the Nasdaq stock exchange.
NetJets Europe yesterday announced it is partnering with Ashish Chordia–CEO of Mumbai-based Shreyans, an importer of luxury goods–to act as its strategic p
Speaking yesterday at the fractional provider’s Port Columbus (Ohio) Airport operations center, NetJets CEO Richard Santulli ended months of speculation by
Virgin Charter today officially opened its online marketplace, which it bills as “the first-ever end-to-end solution for private air travel.” According to
In his annual letter to Berkshire Hathaway shareholders released Friday, investment mogul Warren Buffett said the company’s flight-services division–which
Farnborough, UK-based business aircraft operations company Gama Holdings purchased PrivatAir Inc., the U.S.
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,