Charter & Fractional
News and issues concerning the aviation charter and fractional-ownership industries and markets, including company announcements, regulations, new developments and labor issues.
An arbitrator ruled that three union-organizing Flexjet pilots terminated by the fractional provider earlier this year be reinstated with back pay
Dominican jury sentenced both pilots to 20 years of prison and confiscated the French-operated Falcon 50.
Flexjet placed an order for up to 50 Gulfstreams last October, which includes the G450, G650 and the new G500.
The addition of Nashville is part of a growth plan that is expected to continue over the next year.
The turboprop operator is adding jets to the mix.
NetJets results were buoyed by a 62-percent increase in aircraft sales but tempered by aircraft cancellation fees.
First flight transported a couple from Cincinnati to Atlanta aboard a Falcon 2000.
The Air Charter Safety Foundation’s Illegal Charter Hotline is a useful resource for legitimate charter operators.
Will the aviation industry ever tolerate a real Uber-like service or is it simply impossible due to the regulatory climate?
Astra Aviation Services will use linked system to track front- and back-office operations.