Charter & Fractional
News and issues concerning the aviation charter and fractional-ownership industries and markets, including company announcements, regulations, new developments and labor issues.
EBAA's September 3 webinar focused on what changes might be needed for aircraft charter, sales and acquisitions, as well as finance.
Veteran broker Gabriella Somerville is launching Connect Skies to promote more sustainable business aircraft and charter operations.
Business travel this fall likely not poised for a similar rally seen by charter operators this summer.
The network of independent charter operators now numbers 140 operators and 1,000 aircraft.
The all-electric VA-1X aircraft is expected to enter service in 2024 and will be able to carry four passengers up to 100 miles at speeds of around 150 mph.
Effective October 13, charter flights between the U.S. and Cuba are expected to be prohibited, with limited exceptions.
The project involves new interiors for some of XOJet Aviation's Challenger 300s as well as new liveries for them and some Citation Xs.
Las Vegas-based Sundance Helicopters announced the permanent closure of its air tour operations after the Covid pandemic caused a steep drop in demand.
TAG Aviation Holding has completed its departure from business aviation with the announcement that it sold off TAG Aviation SA and TAG Aviation Asia.
Stephanie Chung, formerly president of JetSuite, is taking on a new role as chief growth officer for Wheels Up.