Manchester Airport

May 21, 2008 - 4:26am

Some would have us believe that for business aviation the age of “big is beautiful” has arrived. The NetJets fractional-ownership program now dwarfs many airlines, and major U.S. carrier United Airlines has declared its intent to grab a potentially big slice of the fractional pie.

May 6, 2008 - 10:53am

PlaneSense, the Manchester, N.H.-based fractional ownership provider launched in 1996 by parent company Alpha Flying, continues to expand. According to Alpha Flying president George Antoniadis, PlaneSense added two more Pilatus PC-12s to its fleet in the past year and a third is scheduled to arrive this month, bringing the fleet total to 11.