Charter and Fractional Charter
News and issues concerning the aviation charter industry and markets, including company announcements, regulations, new developments and labor issues.
Saudi VIP charter operator intends to have crews using EFBs on entire flights, on all six aircraft.
Prague’s ABS Jets is 10 years old and has grown to a dozen aircraft and more than 200 employees.
German operator claims to have high safety standard
Like-minded business aviation companies have formed an alliance to provide a high level of service to customers.
Helicopter is based in St. Moritz and has been used to fly customers on short hops to such places as Milan, Geneva, Munich and Monte Carlo.
Swiss business aviation providers Vertis Aviation and ExecuJet have joined forces to offer the first Gulfstream G650 available for charter in Europe.
London Executive Aviation has seen the value in pooling its resources with other European operators while keeping its own branding and management
Wheels Up announced plans to begin offering charter flights to its members in Europe in the first half of next year.
Some operators are merging, others are creating groups under a parent company. Meanwhile, a third option is to form an alliance like AirClub.
If you fly to London in a corporate jet you have several options when it comes to choosing an airport–Biggin Hill, Luton, even Oxford or Cambridge.