Charter Charter and Fractional
News and issues concerning the aviation charter industry and markets, including company announcements, regulations, new developments and labor issues.
Canadian aircraft management company Air Partners has launched a fractional-share program to capitalize on historically low used aircraft prices.
Jet Aviation has launched its own charter company after purchasing sole-proprietor charter operator K Services and naming the new charter division Jet Avia
Miami-based Air Platinum Club–which until recently was touting membership options in its Gulfstream IV-SPs, exotic cars, a beachfront condo and a yacht–app
The recession appears to have claimed another victim, charter operator SATSair, which <link news/single-news-page/article/satsair-temporarily-ceases-operat
XOJet has secured $470 million in additional financing, including $100 million in equity and a “more flexible debt facility” of $370 million that allows fo
The charter segment has been hit particularly hard during this downturn, as the number of flights dropped drastically from year-ago levels.
Greenville, S.C.-based Cirrus SR22 air taxi firm SATSair “temporarily” shut down operations on October 23 “due to circumstances,” according to a recording
Online charter broker Virgin Charter stopped “active operations” on October 23, according to a company statement.
NBAA published best-practices guidelines for charter brokers that outline the regulatory environment in which air-charter brokers work, along with business
Until around this time last year, European business aviation had been enjoying a boom period, and executive charter in particular had seen some truly explo