Charter Charter and Fractional
News and issues concerning the aviation charter industry and markets, including company announcements, regulations, new developments and labor issues.
In yet another case of local interpretation of federal regulations, at the Long Beach, Calif., Flight Standards District Office (FSDO) FAA inspectors have
Business aircraft owners struggling to cover their costs now have an alternative to traditional aircraft management through the new Non-Equity Sharers (NES
<b><i>by Matt Thurber</i></b>
NetJets, the Berkshire Hathaway-owned fractional-share operator, completed a purchase agreement early last month for up to 1
The bankruptcy trustee for debtors associated with <u>JetDirect Aviation</u> filed a complaint on February 20 that could force FBOs, charter operators, mai
Lufthansa Private Jets confirmed the relaunch of its partnership with NetJets Europe, following the closure of its Swiss Private Aviation subsidiary.
<b><i>by Charles Alcock</i></b>
Light jets are losing market share in Europe, falling from 32 percent of the continent’s charter market in 2008 to 26 perce
Gama Aviation has added a new Bombardier Challenger 850 to its managed fleet of business aircraft in the United Arab Emirates.
Business aviation flew to the rescue of several thousand people fleeing Egypt during protests that led to the overthrow of long-standing President Hosni Mu
Lufthansa has decided to close its Swiss Private Aviation (SPA) subsidiary and is set to seal a new deal with NetJets Europe to provide charter flights for
China's business aviation sector took a leap forward last year when the number of private jets registered in the country went into three figures for the fi