Charter Charter and Fractional
News and issues concerning the aviation charter industry and markets, including company announcements, regulations, new developments and labor issues.
Charter/management company Sunset Aviation LLC officially changed its name to Solairus Aviation early last month.
Despite the recession, charter and management firm Masterjet, headquartered in Lisbon, Portugal, is adding three aircraft to its managed fleet of Dassault
Qatar Airways is getting into the private charter business with the launch of its Qatar Executive subsidiary.
Egyptian charter operator Smart Aviation is preparing to take delivery of the first two Cessna Citation Sovereigns to be certified for medical evacuation w
Royal Jet and Arabasco launched a joint venture to expand private charter services in Saudi Arabia.
FAA scrutiny of on-demand Part 135 charter operators may increase following a report issued July 13 by the Department of Transportation’s Office of Inspect
XOJet launched a national network of “fare on-demand” rates for aircraft charter service starting at $12,000 on more than 15,000 dedicated routes.
Britain’s Royal Household and Ministry of Defence are evaluating options for providing flights for Queen Elizabeth II and her family beginning April 1 next
Charter broker Mercury Jet Charter is offering one-way charter rates under its new Mercury Express program.
Joseph Singh, former director of charters for the now-defunct charter operator Platinum Jet, pleaded guilty on July 7 to “a conspiracy to defraud charter c