Charter & Fractional
News and issues concerning the aviation charter and fractional-ownership industries and markets, including company announcements, regulations, new developments and labor issues.
In the last year, Oyonnair has logged 3,000 hours in its turboprop twin-engine Avanti P.180s.
Nigeria's business aviation community is eager to seize the opportunity presented by what is potentially one of Africa's most dynamic economies.
Cyrrus Cayman completed the month-long audit after the company’s Luanda facilities, team, and operational standards were reviewed for one year.
The Captain Jet platform went live in September through a partnership with Avinode.
In-house team provides real-time support to members from its Operations Control Centre
The ABACE show illustrated that Chinese customers are starting to understand business aviation, says Hadid
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.