Charter & Fractional
News and issues concerning the aviation charter and fractional-ownership industries and markets, including company announcements, regulations, new developments and labor issues.
Surf Air's new European service begins in the fall, and flights will be flown by TAG Aviation (UK).
The father-and-son investment firm became involved with Executive AirShare in 2013 as a shareowner.
Deliveries of the fly-by-wire midsize jets to AirSprint will begin as soon as the aircraft is awarded type certification by Transport Canada.
PlaneSense's fractional ownership fleet will have 40 aircraft by the end of this year.
The all-you-can-fly charter airline averages about 18 operations per day at San Carlos Airport in the San Francisco Bay Area.
The public charter service began flying a San Jose, Calif.-Bozeman, Mont. route on July 1.
Skyjet Max fleet are available for booking instantly since there are no wait times to obtain quotes and no need for jet owner approvals.
Its new West Coast facility will include a 6,300-sq-ft FBO terminal and offices, a 30,000-sq-ft hangar and a 3.5-acre ramp.
Model is also the first Citation Latitide for the fractional aircraft provider.
UK-based charter operators face the prospect of losing the cabotage rights that allow them to fly within European Union states.