Charter & Fractional
News and issues concerning the aviation charter and fractional-ownership industries and markets, including company announcements, regulations, new developments and labor issues.
Wheels Up hopes that the new UP King Air access program will lock in more customers at a discounted price.
Light jet operator Volato achieved more than $100 million in sales in its first full year of operation.
British Columbia-based regional airline Central Mountain Air has rolled out the iQSMS reporting module to further optimize its safety management.
The SherpaReport sees growth in fractional aircraft as the fleet expands, waitlists ease, and more customer-friendly terms emerge.
The NetJets pilots' union NJASAP is warning that company management needs to be aggressive with pay or risk losing pilots to the airlines.
Plans for a Norwegian emergency medical service to deploy the CityAirbus NextGen eVTOL are set to be among the early use cases for all-electric aircraft.
The twin-engine Bell 429 will be operated by Costa del Sol-based sales representative World Aviation for VIP transportation and charter flights.
Alabama-based Southern Sky Aviation has added a Beechcraft Premier 1 to its charter fleet.
Miami-based Iris Jets is launching custom fractional leasing services, beginning with the Miami Jet Club that will offer one-eighth shares in a Hawker 750.
The sale reflects Columbia Helicopter's emphasis on manufacturing, overhauling, and upgrading the venerable family of heavy-lift rotorcraft.