Charter & Fractional
News and issues concerning the aviation charter and fractional-ownership industries and markets, including company announcements, regulations, new developments and labor issues.
London Executive Aviation has seen the value in pooling its resources with other European operators while keeping its own branding and management
500 members now, 10,000 projected for fixed-cost flight hours.
Slovenian operator can extend over-water range to an alternate airport to three hours, allowing more flexibility and direct routing.
Executive Jet Airways (EJA) was founded on May 21, 1964, by a group of retired World War II U.S. Air Force generals.
Ultra-long-range jet is outfitted with eight seats in double-club configuration.
Wheels Up announced plans to begin offering charter flights to its members in Europe in the first half of next year.
Wheels Up currently operates in three zones in the U.S., the Northeast, Southeast and Southwest.
Transparent charter broker Victor looks to surpass NetJets as big bizav brand as it pushes into U.S. market.
Europe’s highest court has ruled that non-German operators cannot be discriminated against.
Alpha Star Aviation Services to become the first operator of ATR 72-600s in the region