Charter & Fractional
News and issues concerning the aviation charter and fractional-ownership industries and markets, including company announcements, regulations, new developments and labor issues.
After buying ExcelAire, Long Island, New York-based charter and management firm Executive Fliteways now offers a fleet of 20 aircraft.
Honda Aircraft Company will help transport, store, and re-home HondaJets previously managed by Jet It, which suspended operations unexpectedly on May 18.
Authorizing a reverse stock split to avoid a possible NYSE delisting, Wheels Up still faces a shareholder suit relating to the company's financial filings.
Last year’s record activity tripped up Europe’s Part 135 providers. They vow no repeat performance this summer.
FlyExclusive is opting to install an Avance L3 or L5 upgrade on 40 more aircraft in its fleet.
Vertis sees recent visits by VVIPs as evidence of Africa's increasingly important status.
TAG Aviation Europe has added four aircraft in the UK and Switzerland, and partnered with Leon Software to update its operational software.
Volato is working to accommodate aircraft, pilots, and customers from shuttered fractional HondaJet provider Jet It.
The Indian government plans to build hundreds of helipads along highways that could be used by helicopters, drones, and new eVTOL aircraft.
Tradewind Aviation has expanded its Pilatus PC-12 fleet to 24 and has more on order.