Charter & Fractional
News and issues concerning the aviation charter and fractional-ownership industries and markets, including company announcements, regulations, new developments and labor issues.
Million Air Dallas completed the validation flight requirements to obtain authority to conduct RNP-AR (formally SAAAR) approaches in its Gulfstream G450.
Demand for charter flights during October looks set to remain somewhat flat, according to the latest projections from online charter portal Avinode
Business aviation activity is picking up in Thailand, with the Southeast Asian country enjoying a period of relative political stability after the recent g
The Air Charter Association of North America (Acana) will hold a forum on charter legalities at NBAA 2011.
Avantair has laid off about 20 employees, mostly at its FBOs that it owns and operates, but also some marketing staff.
Bill Schultz, currently executive vice president and COO of CitationAir, took over as president and CEO of the private air services company.
Regulations to combat pilot fatigue–which FAA Administrator Randy Babbitt said will migrate to Part 135 operations–have been delayed past the August 1 dead
After being dented by the financial crisis, Russian business aviation is back in growth mode.
Like most of the general aviation industry, the charter and fractional sectors have reported stable activity during the past year, with pockets of growth a
The UK’s National Air Traffic Services is proposing to establish a new airspace structure specifically to accommodate business aviation during the period a