Charter & Fractional
News and issues concerning the aviation charter and fractional-ownership industries and markets, including company announcements, regulations, new developments and labor issues.
Farnborough-based company continues to grow, especially in the U.S., while in Europe it is eyeing single-engine turboprop business.
Daher sees a big future in commercial single-engine turboprop operations in Europe no regulators have given it a green light.
At EBACE 2017, Jet Aviation is celebrating the company's 50th anniversary as it embarks on its new "One Jet" initiative.
The company has an initial order for six PC-24s, but plans to place an add-on “significant order” as soon as Pilatus reopens the order book next year.
By partnering with Drivania, RocketRoute and FL3XX will allow customers to plan flights and transportation in just a few short moments.
One year after it was selected to manage the world's first private 787, China's largest aviation services provider says it will be adding another.
The German company is being recognised at EBACE 2017 for flying 100,000 safe flying hours.
A Gulfstream G650 and Bombardier Global XRS are joining the Nomad Aviation fleet.
The Baltic Air Charter Association says it stands ready to support its record membership where they are affected by UK leaving the EU.
Geneva-based charter management company adds more luxury lift to charter fleet.