Air charter

September 13, 2006 - 5:20am

CharterX, a large online charter facilitator, has acquired air charter audit firm Wyvern Consulting of Palmyra, N.J. Through Portland, Ore.-based CharterX, charter operators and brokers can market aircraft and trips. CharterX founder and president Jim Betlyon said Wyvern will continue to perform “separate” and “unbiased” safety evaluations. He told AIN that non-Wyvern-recommended operators will not be excluded from the CharterX network.

September 12, 2006 - 10:06am

Eurocontrol, the European international body that coordinates upper-airspace IFR traffic, recently published a study about business aviation in its 31-nation territory– the European Union, Switzerland, Norway and Eastern Europe. The organization has produced studies on scheduled and non-scheduled air traffic in the past, with the purpose of anticipating growth and preparing infrastructure.

September 12, 2006 - 6:58am

Although last month’s foiled terrorist plot to bomb as many as 10 airliners while they were en route to the U.S. from the UK immediately threw airports on both sides of the Atlantic into chaos, business aviation came through relatively unscathed.

August 28, 2006 - 12:51pm

Although last month’s foiled terrorist plot to bomb as many as 10 airliners while they were en route to the U.S. from the UK immediately threw airports on both sides of the Atlantic into chaos, business aviation came through relatively unscathed.

 
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