Charter & Fractional
News and issues concerning the aviation charter and fractional-ownership industries and markets, including company announcements, regulations, new developments and labor issues.
Fractional sales and flight services revenues grow for NetJets, while FlightSafety sees training hours pick up.
XOJet CEO Brad Stewart says that, having achieved profitability, the company is now putting its focus more squarely on customers.
Distribution of the proceeds was blocked by a lawsuit brought by one Avantair shareowner that challenged the trustee's plan.
Surf Air, which placed an order last fall for 15 PC-12 NGs and options for an additional 50, now has four of the turboprop singles in its fleet.
Under the five-year MoU, NetJets will work with Ohio State University on analyzing airspace operations data and NextGen implementation.
Airline delays and cancelations cost travelers billions, while business aviation can save executives several hours each flight, KlasJet chief says.
Software improvements include live feeds to operator scheduling systems.
A fleet of Bell 407s will whisk travelers from Manhattan's three heliports to New York area airports in as little as six minutes.
Starting with a King Air, Take Air will begin operations between Antwerp and Zurich on March 30 with a membership-based model.
The Chino, Calif., charter provider operates 10 jets and most of its trips serve charter broker Sentient Jet.