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 an age of cut-throat competition, charter and management group MHS Aviation remains focused on “healthy” growth
Timeline on delivery of remaining 28 Gulfstreams unclear.
New backers have provided an additional $8 million in capital for Stratagem.
VistaJet welcomed its 100th aircraft while increasing its U.S. and Asia markets.
This marks the return of a fractional program for the Italian twin turboprop since Avantair ceased operations in June 2013.
JetSmart has an agreement with 15 Indian operators to provide charter capacity.
Fixed rates in Piaggio Avanti IIs and Hawker 800XPs will be available from several Florida airports, as well as New York's JFK.
TRO filed after Flight Options offered voluntary separation agreement to pilots against union wishes.
The company defied union wishes and offered voluntary separation agreements as part of the transformation to a new Skyjet charter brand.
It became the first FBO in the Middle East to receive IS-BAH certification, and one of the few worldwide to snare both of IBAC's global bizav standards.