EASA-approved Flight Sharing Grows But Concerns Remain
While the U.S. FAA put a stop to advertising flights with non-AOC holders, EASA opened the door.
Shut down by the U.S. FAA, EASA-approved Internet-based flight-sharing is on the rise throughout Europe, but not without its own measure of controversy. While private pilots see it as a way to increase their flying budgets, some business aviation charter operators express skepticism.