Charter & Fractional
News and issues concerning the aviation charter and fractional-ownership industries and markets, including company announcements, regulations, new developments and labor issues.
The Air Charter Association's under-35 "NextGeneration" group will help showcase and encourage the future workforce of the industry across a range of jobs.
Global private lift provider VistaJet has unveiled a new collection of private and secure high-end vacation destination partnerships.
FAI’s air ambulance division has flown 70 flights to 47 countries since March.
The UK CAA is pressing criminal charges against David Henderson over his role in an alleged illegal charter flight that killed soccer player Emiliano Sala.
Fractional share provider NetJets today unveiled its global sustainability program.
Despite facing an existential threat from Covid, the business aviation community has been ready to provide practical help to those in greater need.
SharedCharter platform aims to connect charter passengers and lower cost of private flying.
Jet Linx's newest private terminal is intended to serve current and future jet card members based in the Minneapolis, Minnesota, area.
Operators like Luxaviation anticipate significant savings from having all European operations under the new single EASA air-operating certificate (AOC).
NATA has already trained 5,000 crew members on human trafficking awareness and mitigation, but believes much more needs to be done.