Charter & Fractional
News and issues concerning the aviation charter and fractional-ownership industries and markets, including company announcements, regulations, new developments and labor issues.
Regulator Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) released a trio of positive guidelines for the business aviation industry.
The fractional provider rolled out a program that makes it easier for whole-aircraft owners to unload their old airplanes and get into a new NetJets share.
With the awarding of an AOC to NetJets China Business Aviation, the company turns its attention to establishing a managed aircraft fleet.
Invoices for business-jet travel can be complex, but a recent trend could help change that.
Company manages a fleet of 15 business jets, including Gulfstreams and Challenger 605s.
North American demand for charter growing more strongly than in Europe.
The charter market, according to the many companies interviewed for this special report, is in relatively good shape.
The inaugural NetJets Business Aviation Ltd flight in a Hawker 800XP touched down at five airports in China.
Agency says that lack of a policy “has led to a wide range of inconsistencies with respect to individual course approvals.”
Status comes after proving compliance, via an on-site audit, with “a recognized set of industry best practices.”