Charter & Fractional
News and issues concerning the aviation charter and fractional-ownership industries and markets, including company announcements, regulations, new developments and labor issues.
Data analysts report business aviation traffic to be between 65 and 77 percent down on 2019, but fluctuations in future charter demand may be stabilizing.
XO, an online charter platform, will make all of its inbound New York City flights available for transport of medical equipment and products.
Business aviation remains an important element of many Asia-Pacific economies
A study from CItadel Consulting, commissioned by Wyvern, found Wyvern's Wingman program to adhere most closely with the ICAO source documents.
A pair of NetJets Bombardier Global 6000s flew to China to pick up surplus N95 masks and other medical equipment for Mount Sinai Health System.
Airbus closed its Voom per seat helicopter charter operation, saying that data generated from the booking app will inform its urban air mobility plans.
Closure of factories and FBOs add to the sense that business aviation accepts it is facing more than short-term disruption from the Covid-19 pandemic.
“Global” business jet operator comes up with ways it can help during the COVID-19 pandemic, including free empty-leg flights for governments.
Under its Project Lift initiative, Flexjet will shuttle pilots from one of seven hub locations to their flight assignment destination.
The private charter sector seems to have been able to capitalise on urgent demand for lift as Covid-19 travel bans bite, but how long will this last?