Charter & Fractional
News and issues concerning the aviation charter and fractional-ownership industries and markets, including company announcements, regulations, new developments and labor issues.
FlyExclusive's new business center in Key Largo, Florida, is for members of the charter operator's Jet Club program.
London-based jet card provider Instajet expects to add U.S. domestic routes to the Route Card in January.
VistaJet is forecasting that its four Bombardier Global 7500s will each log 1,400 flight hours in their first year of operations.
Following its recent launch and rolling out of "Freedom" service, Four Corners Aviation has established its initial leadership core.
The charter broker said demand was strongest for light and midsize jets.
Blade India is expanding its service there with five new leased Airbus Helicopters H125 singles provided to its operators there.
Indiana-based aviation services providers Jet Access and Eagle Creek Aviation have agreed to merge.
The growth in pilot hiring at flyExclusive follows the charter operator's growth in its owned, floating fleet.
The Asian Business Aviation Association (AsBAA) has launched the region's first illegal charter reporting system.
Priester Aviation is offering a parts-procurement program through JSSI Parts & Leasing for its managed aircraft customers.